Social and Community Participation
In a survey performed in 2014*, the proportion of children with no disability having fun with their family most of the week was higher than that of children with special needs (73% as compared to 59%).
Thus in order to help in that sense, what kind of things will YOU get to do with us?
It’s all up to you!!!!
Would you like to hang out with some friends and family, at a picnic or BBQ?
- Go to the movies
- Go shopping
- Visit an art gallery or museum (see how artists with special needs like Van Gogh became icons giving hope to our youngsters)
- Go for day trips
- Join a cultural party (essential for aboriginals and islanders’ emotional wellbeing)
- Provide info exhibits about ongoing worldly events (pandemic, global warming, climate change) to be able to participate in social events
- Skate wheelchair, soccer?
- Learn folklore dancing
- Try a musical instrument