Sibshops are created and focused on the siblings that have a brother or sister with special needs and/or developmental delays it will offer time for them to talk with other peers their age and connect with them to offer social emotional support.Find out more »
Do you feel like you’ve tried “everything” to get your child to behave or be respectful but aren’t seeing results? Join us for one of our upcoming Nurtured Heart Approach® (NHA) classes taught by Melissa Niemi, an Early Interventionist, Speech-language Pathologist, and NHA Certified Trainer.Find out more »
TechnoCamps provide students of all abilities the opportunity to access new technologies and apply them in the real world. The focus of camp is to assist individuals further develop skills with technology adaptations. These solutions are integrated and applied in functional learning activities. Campers also experience typical camping experiences such as swimming in the lake, pontoon rides, bonfires, and recreation activities.Find out more »
Lose the training wheels! You can volunteer to help individuals with special needs learn how to ride a bike. Approximately 80% of the individuals who participate in our iCan Bike programs ride a two-wheel bicycle independently by the end of our five-day programs.
The other 20% of these individuals make tremendous progress towards this goal and leave our programs accompanied by parents and/or siblings trained as ‘spotters’ to pick up where we leave off!Find out more »
Join us on Tuesday, July 31st to compete against other organizations for your chance to claim this year’s Carlsen Cup!Find out more »
This summer, you are cordially invited to the most unique event in town: Suits & Sandals– a semi-casual beach party on the beautiful shore of Apple Creek, and the fifth annual fundraiser to benefit Anne Carlsen Center in Bismarck, ND.Find out more »