Fun Things Around The Area For Young People With Special Needs

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STEPPINGSTONES.pngOne of my colleagues (thanks CT!) pointed out that the latest online newsletter from the town's Department of Parks & Recreation has listed two "special recreation" activities for young children, teens and adults with special needs.

"There is a new social recreation opportunity for young adults ages 18-25 with mental health challenges including addiction.  The program is sponsored by the Greenwich Department of Social Services and DMHAS.  For more information, click here. "

And there's this great activity for kids:

"Stepping Stones Museum has free admission several times each month on Saturdays for families who have members with special needs."

Both sound like a lot of fun!

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