You can make friends in lots of different places such as:
Local dance classes, sports teams, art or photography classes, and martial arts classes.
City or county activities and sports teams
School teams and activities such as yearbook club or the swim team.
Recreation programs that help people with disabilities make friends, such as Friends’ Club at some schools and Unified Sports (part of Special Olympics).
Activities and events for people with disabilities, such as Special Olympics.
The Kentucky Checklists for a Bright Future offer a one page checklist of the most important things parents and youth ...Read More
iBelong [link] Website from Canada with videos and information sheets on how to make friends ...Read More
National Best Buddies [link] Helps people with disabilities find friends, find jobs, and become leaders. National Phone: 305-374-2233 National Email: Info@BestBuddies.org University ...Read More
Special Olympics [link] Offers games and sports for people with disabilities and also offers Unified Sports for all people. Phone: ...Read More
HDI Recreation Resource Guide [link] A book about recreation activities that include people with disabilities in Kentucky ...Read More
Kentucky Peer Buddies [link] Helps students support each other at school. Phone: 859-257-5016 ...Read More
Kentucky Peer Support Network Project [link] Creates groups of friends in classrooms. Phone: 859-218-1338 (Patti Logsdon) ...Read More