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Recreation and Sports: Disability Specific:

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Disability Specific offers Recreational resources on specific disabilities for children and adults with disabilities, their families and caregivers. Simply look up your disability by using the alphabet and we will offer you the latest Recreation resources on that disability.

New SignBeneficial Activities for Kids with Special Needs by Tom Livingston of Metrokids. Beneficial after-school and weekend activities for children with disabilities can build self-esteem, skills, friendships and a sense of belonging. Interacting in a shared endeavor with other children can be especially rewarding. MetroKids asked experts in several special needs areas to recommend appropriate sports and recreation activities in different categories including ADHD, Aspergers syndrome, Communication disorders, and Intellectual and Developmental Disorders.



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Amputation
Autisim

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Blindness

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Cerebral Palsy

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Deafness
Developmental Disability
Down Syndrome

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Hard of Hearing, Hearing Loss
Hearing Impairment

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Intellectual/Developmental Disability

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Learning Disability

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None at this time

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Physical Disability

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Visual Disability

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None at this time

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