At Children’s Treatment Network (CTN), our vision is to create a vibrant community where all kids, youth and families belong. That’s why our Community and Family Coordinators (CFCs) create and support events that promote belonging for kids and youth with disabilities and developmental needs, as well as their families.
CTN inclusive and accessible Halloween events encourage kids who experience barriers in their community, to enjoy the fun of trick or treating. This year 456 kids/youth and 180 volunteers came together for these spooktacular events in Alliston, Barrie, Collingwood, Midland, Orillia and Richmond Hill.
Here are just some of the ways that CTN creates a more inclusive Halloween experience:
Kerry's Place - (FFS) Keeping Connections for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (15 - 17) - Online
This monthly social group gives youth the opportunity to apply skills related to good sportsmanship by discussing recent social experiences, and playing collaborative games, in an informative and social atmosphere.
City of Barrie - Funnastics Preschool aged - Barrie
Sensory aware gymnasium drop-in space that gives individuals with disabilities the opportunity to play and try out gymnastics in a safe and fun envoirnment.
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