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Fri, Jun 14


Work and Play Center

Interactive Kids Connection Program

Designed to help teens / tweens with developmental disabilities develop essential interaction skills through fun games and activities. Ages 10-19

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Interactive Kids Connection Program
Interactive Kids Connection Program

Time & Location

Jun 14, 2024, 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Work and Play Center, 444 N Hewitt Rd, Ypsilanti, MI 48197, USA

About the event

This program is designed to help teens and tweens develop essential interaction skills through fun games and activities. Each session provides a safe and supportive environment where kids can practice expressing emotions, role-playing social scenarios, and learning to respond appropriately in various situations. The goal is to help them build confidence and social skills that are crucial for forming lasting friendships.

PROGRAM DATES : June 14, 21, 28 and July 5, 12.

Activities Include:

  • Warm-up Exercises: Creative activities using colors and emotions to help kids express themselves.
  • Role-Playing Scenarios: Guided by our enthusiastic volunteers, children will act out different social situations to practice their responses.
  • Group Discussions: Opportunities to reflect on what they've learned and share their experiences with peers.

You MUST register for this program.  Limited to 8-12 participants per night.  Caregivers are encouraged to drop off promptly at 5:30 pm and pick up NO LATER than 7:30 pm.  Please stay within a 20-minute driving radius.  Participants must be potty trained and lower needs.  Volunteer ratio will be 3:1 / 2:1, depending on participants needs.

Once you have registered your participant, please fill out the intake form here:

This program offers a unique opportunity to improve social skills in a fun and interactive way. It's perfect for children who want to make new friends and learn how to communicate more effectively.

** Collaboration:  University of Findlay, Eastern Michigan University and the Work and Play Special Needs Resource Center.

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