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Where can I find opportunities for my child to socialize and make friends?

Where can I find opportunities for my child to socialize and make friends?

Published: May. 6, 2022Updated: May. 6, 2022

Many family-centered community activities can be an opportunity to network with other parents and connect children to peers. Remember that some aspects of raising children are the same whether they have disabilities or not. Some opportunities and resources in your community may include scouts, your local parks and recreation department, sports leagues, martial arts clubs, and others.

See our article Socialization and Inclusion: Nurturing Authentic Peer Relationships for more ideas!

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