WE BELIEVE in Working Together with the Special Needs Community! Check out these links to our community partners who are also helping the special needs community.

Community Resources and Links

Below is information from community partners who offer programs and services to the special needs population.

  • Artful Start

    Artful Start runs art programs in several formats to best reach the special needs community of San Antonio. The curriculum is developed with the help of experts to be adaptable to people of all abilities. We understand the limitations placed by society upon people with disabilities; therefore, Artful Start seeks to create an encouraging, engaging environment where budding artists can thrive and the word "can't" ceases to stop individuals from reaching their highest.

    Click here to learn about our Summer Art Programs.

  • Autism Community Network

    Autism Community Network maximizes the potential of children with autism by providing early diagnosis for those with limited access and educating and empowering the community to support them.

    Website Link: http://www.acn-sa.org
  • Camp CAMP

    The idea for Children's Association for Maximum Potential (CAMP) began when a group of Air Force physicians realized how important a camping experience could be to their patients with special needs.  Founded in 1979, CAMP was incorporated as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in 1980.  In 1988 CAMP purchased a campground on the Guadalupe River in Center Point, Texas and became accredited by the American Camp Association in 1992. CAMP's mission is to strengthen and inspire individuals with special needs - and those who care for them - through Recreation, Respite, and Education.

    Website Link: http://www.campcamp.org
  • Children's Hemiplegia & Stroke Association

    Welcome to the Children's Hemiplegia and Stroke Association, CHASA, the first non-profit organization in North America to offer information to families of infants, children, and young adults who have hemiplegia or hemiplegic cerebral palsy.

    Website Link: http://www.chasa.org
  • Down Syndrome Association of San Antonio

    The DSA’s mission is to provide information and support for families and friends of children and adults with Down syndrome.

  • Eva's Heroes

    Eva's Heroes is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to enriching the lives of those with intellectual special needs by providing an inclusive setting built on four tenets interact, grow, learn, and love. Based in San Antonio, the organization helps teens and young adults between 14 and 21 years of age, who have intellectual special needs, integrate and flourish in society. Eva's Heroes offers unique opportunities for these young men and women that they may not be able to experience elsewhere. The organization also hosts special events throughout the year that serve as fundraisers contributing to the enhancement and growth of Eva's Heroes programs.

    Click here for information about Eva's Heroes Annual Baseball Clinic!

  • Lone Star Play Ball

    Texas Lone Star Play Ball is centered on helping adults with special needs to play softball. Their mission is to empower, encourage, and support individuals in exploring and developing their talents in spite of physical, learning, or other challenges.

    They are a non-competitive coed softball league created for special needs young adults over the age of 18.

  • Morgan’s Wonderland

    Morgan’s Wonderland is located in San Antonio, Texas. It is the World’s First Ultra Accessible Family Fun Park designed specifically for children and adults with special needs, their family members, caregivers, friends and the entire community. This 25-acre park is a unique oasis, that through the spirit of inclusion, allows people of all abilities to play, learn and share life changing experiences together, in a fun and safe environment.

  • Noonan Syndrome Foundation

    The Noonan Syndrome Foundation (NSF) is a non-profit corporation. Our leadership team, board of directors and advisory teams are committed to programs centered on our core mission: finding effective medical treatments, raising awareness and providing our community with informational support services. Click here to learn more about Noonan Syndrome.

  • Project MEND of San Antonio

    Project MEND is a non-profit agency dedicated to helping low-income people with disabilities obtain medical equipment and financial support for the purchase of specialized, fitted devices, prosthetic and orthotic devices, and diabetic shoes.

  • Spina Bifida Association

    The Spina Bifida Association (SBA) serves adults and children who live with the challenges of Spina Bifida. Since 1973, SBA has been the only national voluntary health agency solely dedicated to enhancing the lives of those with Spina Bifida and those whose lives are touched this challenging birth defect. Its tools are education, advocacy, research, and service.

  • Spina Bifida Association of Texas

    We are the individuals and families affected by Spina Bifida in Central and South Texas. We are all women of child bearing age because, any woman capable of becoming pregnant is at risk of a Spina Bifida affected pregnancy.

    Website Link: http://www.sbatx.org
  • The Arc of San Antonio

    The Arc of San Antonio provides direct care programs such as childcare, day habilitation and vocational training for people with developmental disabilities. The Arc also serves as a gateway to other community resources through our case management and support services for children, youth and adults with all types of disabilities.  

    Website Link: http://www.arc-sa.org

We Believe in the smiles of joy, and the expression of excitement you will see on the faces of the children as they participate in Kinetic Kids’ activities!