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Johnny Stallings Recreation Program
The Johnny Stallings Recreation Program serves individuals with disabilities and their school age siblings as an afterschool program designed to provide socialization and enrichment. The program runs from 2:00-6:00 PM on days when school is in session, and from 7:30AM-6:00 PM on days when school is out.
Medical Outreach Program
When a child is born with or diagnosed with a disability, parents and loved ones often have many questions. The Medical Outreach Program aims to provide resources to those families in these moments. It provides comfort and information in a moment that can often be unexpected and scary. It also introduces potential new members to the organization, so that they may use our resources and other programs to help improve the lives of each member of the family.
The Resource Library at the REACH Center provides books and magazines for its members. These books cover topics ranging from information on disabilities themselves to teaching strategies for individuals with disabilities.
The REACH Center holds workshops several times a year that cover a variety of topics relating to various aspects of the lives of individuals with disabilities. These include parenting workshops, workshops about guardianship, and even workshops about potty training children with disabilities.