A group of special needs kids had a blast at the recent CPAD’s social recreational program event. This weekly event, funded by East Los Angles Regional Center, was held at a local senior community center, featured a variety of activities, including art, music, and exercise.
The kids were able to express themselves creatively through art projects. They painted, drew, and even played their own musical instruments. They also enjoyed listening to music and dancing. And they got some exercise by playing games and running around.
The kids had so much fun at the event. They said they loved being able to do activities that they enjoy and that make them feel good. They also said they loved being around other kids who are like them.
This weekly event is a success because it provided a safe and fun environment for special needs kids to socialize and have fun. It also helped to raise awareness of the importance of inclusion and acceptance.
The event is organized by CPAD and funded by East Los Angles Regional Center. CPAD is committed to providing opportunities for special needs kids to participate in activities that they enjoy and that help them to reach their full potential.
The event is also a great way to raise awareness of the importance of inclusion and acceptance. Special needs kids are often excluded from activities, but this event showed that they can participate and have fun just like everyone else.
We hope this article has inspired you to get involved in your community and help to make a difference in the lives of special needs kids. If you know a special need individual and would like to enroll or volunteer in this program, please register with this event link: Social Rec Saturday Program | Chinese Parents Association for the Disabled (cpad.org)