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Autism centre one step closer

Autism centre one step closer to reality

The project aims to make Quebec a leader in the field of autism education, research, advocacy and community service
Dance classes offered for those with special needs

Dance classes offered for those with special needs

At Studio J, classes aim to improve coordination and flexibility, and develop social skills in a group
Kirkland has park that caters to all abilities

Kirkland has park that caters to all abilities

Kids can spin, splash, and enjoy musical fun at Meades park
great parks for kids of all abilities

15 great parks for kids of all abilities

Montreal park expert Christine Latreille outlines her choices for the best inclusive parks around the city
Inclusive playground opens in RDP

Inclusive playground opens in RDP

This destination park offers fun for everyone
Hours of fun at Parc Multisports

Hours of fun at Parc Multisports in Saint-Jérôme

Out of the 1000 parks that we've visited over the past few years, the Parc Multisports remains my kids' absolute

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New camp for kids with special needs

New camp for kids with special needs

Activities will include dance, arts, baking, music, sports, STEM and outdoor water games
Summer camp for kids with special needs

Summer camp for kids with special needs

Camp Next Steps offers a variety of activities and outings to help kids socialize and enjoy the outdoors
New camp for teens with special needs

New camp for teens with special needs

Teens and young adults will learn how to make reservations at restaurants, take public transportation and pay for items at a grocery store

Retail store hosts fundraiser to help kids with special needs

The Artizan's shopping night will benefit Trails of Summer, a non-profit day camp in the West Island

New camp for teens with special needs

Campers will be taught how to have more independence in their everyday lives

Camp offers new Counsellor-in-Training program for teens

Camp Massawippi, dedicated to helping individuals living with motor, hearing, or visual impairments, will be offering a Counsellor-in-Training (CIT) program