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Clubs and Classes


Autism Improvised – offers applied improv and theatre programs to help grow social communication skills and adaptive thinking of children through adults who are mildly-to-moderately affected by autism and related conditions.

Beyond Limits Riding – offers summer camps, competitive riding/Special Olympics Equestrian team and therapeutic riding to those with disabilities.

CK DanceWorks – offers “A Chance to Dance” program that pairs student assistants with each dancer with special needs for first graders and up.

Cobb Therapeutic Recreation – offers recreation and leisure programs for participants with special needs including recreational sports, dance, arts and crafts, day camps, travel, social club activities, and special events.

Erin’s Hope for Friends (e’s Club) – is a place where teens ages 12 – seniors in high school and young adults ages 18-24 with High-Functioning Autism can meet to have fun and develop meaningful friendships in a safe and encouraging environment.

FOCUS – offers classes, camps, and events for families with a child or children with special needs.

Georgia Ballet – DanceAbility class is offered to special needs students, ages 6-13, and is geared toward children with physical or developmental disabilities.  Georgia Ballet offers sensory-friendly performances.

Girl Scouts – is for all girls, of all abilities.  Inclusion is a top priority at Girl Scouts.  They strive to provide a welcoming and inclusive environment for every girl and her family.

Lekotek – provides opportunities for kids to have fun and learn along the way using adapted toys, educational materials, computer equipment and iPads.  Play sessions, classes/clubs, and family activities are available.

Kennesaw Parks and Recreation – all programs, facilities and services accessible to everyone; auxiliary aid or special accommodations are available for students in classes and camps.  Special populations Tae Kwon Do and gymnastics classes are available.

Marcus JCC Atlanta – The Blonder Family Department for Special Needs creates a place for individuals of all backgrounds and abilities to socialize, learn, grow, and deepen their connections to one another and the community; includes camps, theatre groups, sports and other activities.

McKenna Farms Therapy – offers summer day camps with activities including art, outdoor adventure on forest and sensory trails, group team-building games, and horse-related activities with therapy horses; there is also a special needs equestrian team and a Special Olympics team.

ReClif – offering a variety of services that include physical, social, therapeutic, and intellectual opportunities the center creates a space that allows every participant to thrive to the best of their ability.

Songs for Kids – gives kids with illnesses, injuries, and special needs the opportunity to express themselves through music.  Our musicians impact the lives of kids both in and out of children’s hospitals through live interactive concerts, hospital bedside performances, music mentorship, and songwriting and recording programs.



Resources found within the Cobb County School District Special Education Parent Mentor website are for informational purposes only.  The resources contained here are not associated with, affliated with or sponsored by the Cobb County School District.  CCSD makes no recommendations about the validity or usefulness of any agencies listed herein.


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