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  • Monday Night Out Playgroups

    Thursday, October 3, 2019

    The CED is launching a program that will allow kids ages 5-12 years old to come have fun, make friends and give mom, dad or other caregivers a break! Monthly playgroups are open to children with disabilities and their siblings with or without disabilities. Registration is free, but required in advance to allow enough planning and staff coverage.

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  • Assistive Technology & Agriculture Demo Day

    Thursday, September 19, 2019

    Farming & gardening are fun, but can wreak havoc on your body. WVATS is hosting an event to showcase adaptive tools. Vendors will be displaying tools to help with arthritis, back pain, and to prevent secondary injuries.  Come check out new ways to make farming and gardening easier!  

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  • Kids' Health Roundtable Series set for Sept. 11

    Wednesday, September 4, 2019

    The WVU Center for Excellence in Disabilities is partnering with the West Virginians for Affordable Health Care to host a community discussion for challenges and solutions to keep kids healthy. The Morgantown Roundtable Series will be held Wednesday, Sept. 11 from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Health Sciences Center in the Fukishima Auditorium.

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  • Dream Catchers Music Therapy & Musical Theatre Program

    Friday, August 2, 2019

    DreamCatchers is a music therapy and musical theatre program for children of all abilities. The program provides children and teens ages 5-18 the opportunity to participate in an extra-curricular musical theatre experience in an exciting, safe, and supportive environment for self-expression at low cost to families. Classes will be held once a week for two semesters. The group will learn and practice for musical performances at the end of each semester. Your kids will sing and dance, while learning new skills and building lasting friendships. Participation in DreamCatchers will allow all students to use the life skills that are inherent to music and theatre production that help foster and maintain social cohesion, interaction, and understanding amongst families and children with and without disabilities. DreamCatchers is a collaboration between West Virginia University’s Center for Excellence in Disabilities, College of Creative Arts, and School of Medicine. Our staff includes Music Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, and WVU students of a variety of disciplines.

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