Pathfinders for Autism and Child's Heart Yoga are teaming up to try and provide a much needed mental health break for everyone during this hectic time.
Starting on Friday, October 23rd at 4:30 p.m. and continuing once a month until March, please join us for a free, virtual, all ages, family friendly yoga class taught by Bridget Strama.
The event(s) are free, but a one-time registration is required. A Zoom link will be sent out before each class to join in.
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Pathfinders for Autism and Child’s Heart Yoga are teaming up for a series of FREE yoga classes to try and provide a much needed mental health break for everyone during this hectic time.
Starting on Friday, March 12th at 4:30 p.m. and continuing once a month until October, please join us for a free, virtual, all ages, family friendly yoga class taught by Bridget Strama of Child’s Heart Yoga.
Contact Name : Neal Lichter
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Contact Name : Autism York
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he center opens early for these events designed for families with kids, teens, and adults with sensory processing differences, autism spectrum disorder, or developmental disabilities. Enjoy activities led by Howard County Park Rangers, Heritage staff and Robinson Nature Center educators. Families can also explore the exhibits (lights/sounds adjusted), Discovery Room, nature trails, outdoor NaturePlace and a themed-sensory pathway. Planetarium open between 11am and noon. Sensory alert maps, sensory backpacks and quiet areas available.
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Join Brown on the Spectrum as we host our 'Teen Social' meetup for youth ages 12-19!
We will meet on the third Friday of every month.
Please share with your friends and networks who may be interested.
Be sure to register today at the link below.
Looking forward to seeing you!
Contact Name : Devan Southerland
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Sensory Sundays at the B&O Railroad Museum are designed to create an inclusive and safe atmosphere where all visitors are welcome and supported. In order to accommodate for members of the community who identify as neurodiverse, this program promotes sensory awareness throughout the museum by altering the physical environment as appropriate. Some examples of these changes include: decreased lighting and surround sound, signage communicating the location of exhibits with sounds effects, and temporary “quiet” or “calming” zones. These zones will provide a space dedicated to decreased sensory exposure as well as sensory kits equipped with resources for visitors who need an opportunity to process their emotions and experiences. Throughout the day, visitors will be encouraged to participant in B&O Railroad Museum activities, such as a sensory-friendly train ride on the Mile One Express, a kids craft, and a sensory-friendly tour led by one of our trained staff members. There will also be an opportunity for parents to access resources provided by organizations within the community who support families with special needs children. Overall, Sensory Sundays will continue to establish the B&O Railroad Museum as a location dedicated to the support and inclusion of the neurodiverse community.
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