The following local resources provide service & activities for children of all abilities in and around Concord, MA.
Center for Teachers and Parents – Provides unique parent education programs, teacher training opportunities and support for community-wide information events.
Concord-Carlisle High School Athletics – CCHS now offers Unified Sports, a program of the Special Olympics that promotes social inclusion through shared sports training and competition experiences. Contact Aaron Joncas, CCHS athletic director, for more information.
Concord Family Network – CFN is a volunteer-run group of local parents, based in Concord, Massachusetts, working together to unite, inform, and engage Concord families with young children (birth- 6 years).
Concord Family and Youth Services – Offers up-to-date information and services offered to youth in the community.
Concord Recreation – Provides before/after-school and school vacation activities.
Minuteman ARC – Minute Man Arc: improving the lives of children and adults with disabilities through early intervention (birth through 3 years old), therapeutic services, employment, recreation, housing and community involvement.
Nature Connection – Through regular programs combining seasonal natural materials, live animals, and hands-on activities, Nature Connection connects individuals with nature’s capacity to heal, teach, and create joy.
Concord-Carlisle Neighbors Club – A social organization whose membership welcomes new families moving into Concord and Carlisle.
Traffic Calming Committee – Provides street signs to slow motorists in areas where people with special needs reside. If you would like to request a sign, contact Community Safety Officer Jeff Shelley at firstname.lastname@example.org or (978) 318-3400 ext. 3445
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