ToyTech & Play Groups
ToyTech is a unique resource and lending library for children with all types of disabilities ages birth to thirteen years, their siblings and parents, and therapists. ToyTech makes the specialized and adapted toys you are looking for available so that children with any type of developmental delay or disability can benefit from the enrichment of play. View the online database of toys.
To check out the ToyTech lending library please email McKenzie Garland at email@example.com. The BridgingApps Lab, ToyTech lending library, and Financial Coaches are available during Tuesday Family Nights from 4:30 pm-6:30 pm.
*This program is made possible by: Anya & Aarav Bhojwani Foundation, Consumer Technology Association Foundation, Dow Jones Foundation, Lewis and Joan Lowenstein Foundation, The Whalley Foundation, and the William E. and Natoma Pyle Harvey Charitable Trust. Special thanks for your generous support!
Easter Seals Greater Houston's Play Therapy Groups take place on Tuesdays from 5:30 pm-6:30 pm! Play groups are for children with disabilities and military-connected kids ages 3-17. For questions or to attend please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 713.838.9050, ext.350.
Dance your heart rate up! Adapted exercise-based dance class to enhance coordination, strength, and balance while learning the importance of lifelong fitness habits, healthy eating, and getting their heart rates up! Dance group is open to people with disabilities and their siblings ages 6-18 years old. Dance is held on the 1st Tuesday of the month.
Yoga is run by instructors who are specifically trained to work with children with physical and cognitive disabilities. Students learn breathing techniques, self-calming strategies, balance, muscle strengthening, elongation, and much more. We offer one combined yoga session for children who require assistance from their parent to complete each yoga pose and for children who are more advanced and can do most poses independently. Yoga is open to people with disabilities and siblings ages 6-18 years old. Yoga is held on the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
Through participation in this class, your child will learn balance and self-control through various drills and independent lessons. These practices include training in martial arts etiquette, respect for authority, and self-esteem. Using a goal-setting martial arts curriculum, participants gain confidence through repetition, guidance, and praise. Karate is open to people with disabilities and siblings ages 6 to 18 years old. Karate is held on the 3rd Tuesday of each month.
At our art play group, individuals, couples, and families engage in creating a unique work of art under the direction of a certified therapeutic recreation specialist (CTRS). As you enjoy exercising your creativity and socializing with other participants, the CTRS will guide you in a discussion on the therapeutic nature of each project. Join us for an evening of relaxation, reflection, and reinvigoration as you and your family experience the healing power of art. Art is held on the 4th Tuesday of each month.