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Attention current WebTrac users: Every 2 years the City requires WebTrac users to re-verify residency in person. If you have not registered for a class/program since August 2017, your username & password are no longer valid.  To be reset in the system, you must come in person to a Community Center, Tennis Center, or Sugar Sand Field House to re-activate your Webtrac account.  You must bring proof of residency at that time to continue to receive resident rates for online registrations.


SATURDAY FUNDAY   Ages 5-15

All children with autism, ADHD, and other related disabilities are welcome to Social Skills classes. Kids will be placed in groups to complete lesson plans and activities in the group. Multiple activities such as arts and crafts, creative play/drama, and yoga will help teach them how to make and maintain friendships. Materials Fee $10 per session due to instructor at the start of class. For further details contact info@ myfloridatherapy.com or myfloridatherapy.com. Instructor: My Florida Therapy Staff

Saturdays, 1:30-4:30pm    |    Cost per 1 session: Resident $50, Non-resident $62.50

313000-A1 June 1    |    313000-A2 July 6    |    313000-A3 August 3


FREE PARENT LECTURES 

Designed to help parents manage everyday issues surrounding kids with autism and related disorders, these one-hour lectures will focus on a specific topic, with time for discussion and your questions. Pre-registration is strongly recommended.

Saturdays, 3:00-4:00pm   |   Free, pre-registration required online only.

June 1: Your Dependent with Special Needs: Making Their Future More Secure - presented by Douglas Vogel, MassMutual Special Care, Special Care Planner                          

Families with children and other dependents with special needs, no matter what the age or disability, face many serious questions about how to best prepare for their future well-being. This workshop addresses such critical issues as protecting government benefit eligibility for Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and Medicaid, creating Special Needs Trusts, the importance of a Will, Guardianship and considering a Letter of Intent. The workshop will also address the ABLE ACT, a new law that allows qualified individuals with disabilities to have tax-free savings accounts. Taking steps now can help arrange for a loved one’s well-being today and tomorrow.  

CLICK HERE to register (you will be taken to a 3rd party website)

 

August 3: The Four Functions of Behavior…What Motivates Your Child? - presented by Therapies4Kids

We will be discussing tantrum behavior and learn to recognize reasons why a child may tantrum. We will be reviewing the four functions of behavior, provide examples and case scenarios where parents will participate.

CLICK HERE to register (you will be taken to a 3rd party website)


Children's Science Explorium Sensory-Friendly Saturdays

CLICK HERE for details about the Explorium

Sensory-Friendly Family Movies

CLICK HERE for movie details

Inclusive Science Playground with Splash Pad

CLICK HERE for details about the newly renovated playground.


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Saturday, May 18, 2019  

5:30pm - 8:30pm

 

A FREE event for kids with special needs & abilities and their families

Each May, families enjoy EXCLUSIVE access to park amenities including Carousel rides, the Children' Science Explorium & all-access Science Playground.

PLUS...dancing, glitter tattoos, art activities, petting zoo, Resource Fair exhibitors, food & more!

Pre-register each member of your family today

Registrations are full for this event.

 

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