Thanks for Horsing Around with Us!

Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy a day at the races with us! We had so much fun watching the lives races and doing some betting, seeing you all dressed up, dancing to some great tunes from The Bottom Shelf Bourbon Trio and treating ourselves to some good food and drinks. Thanks for horsing around with us ūüôā posAbilities would also¬†like to thank Hastings Racecourse for a $5,000 donation through their Community Day Grant! These funds will...

Experience The 4th Element

  Stage Door Theatre has explored many a fun theme in the past, varying from punk to Egyptian. This year, they have worked hard to prepare an exciting¬†play called The Fourth Element¬†that, as always, will make you laugh and keep you on the edge of your seats.¬†You will discover the intricacies of the human spirit, overcoming individual selfishness, and the awareness of how we together can harm or heal the world in which we live. The story goes like this…...

Introducing inGIRLSCLUB

Everyone wants to feel like they belong – to have a group, a club, a squad, a posse, a tribe, some homegirls, besties, BFFs… a circle that is just theirs. Girls club is that. GIRLS CLUB is an inclusive club for girls with autism and related disorders, regardless of required supports. The aim of this club is to foster fun, community, friendships, play, and “big sister-little sister” connections. It’s a place of acceptance without judgement,¬†and relaxation without barriers, where parents...

Not Special Needs | World Down Syndrome Day

Today is World Down Syndrome Day! Every year, WDSD is observed on the 21st day of the 3rd month to signify the uniqueness of the triplication (trisomy) of the 21st chromosome which causes Down Syndrome. We invite you to share this video with your friends and family to celebrate inclusive communities that recognize the things which make each of us unique. You can follow the movement and share your stories on social media via #NotSpecialNeeds and learn more at http://www.notspecialneeds.com/.

Get a Head Start on Spring Camps

Contributed by Vania Huang It may still be the dead of winter, but we like to stay optimistic and look forward to the coming of spring. Just imagine: sunnier (hopefully), longer days… and most importantly, spring break! Head Start Camp is the perfect opportunity for youth between the ages of 14 and 18 to learn about employment and the opportunities that await them, all while having fun and making new friends. The maximum number of participants for each camp is...