Developmental & Disability Services of Lebanon Valley provides training and education services to children with developmental delays and adults with disabilities so that they can live as independently as possible for a healthier happier life.
DDS has several Recreational
opportunities for school age
children and youth.
ACES - Achieving Community Experiences and Skills
DDS partnered with Easter Seals to introduce a social club for children in grades 6 – 12 with high functioning autism.
The mission for ACES is defined by its acronym: Achieving Community Experiences and Skills. The program is designed by a professional recreational therapist and is overseen by professionally trained staff. The group meets Friday nights at the DDS-Alley Learning Center from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. and runs in six-week sessions throughout the year. For additional information on ACES call Matt Ernst of Easter Seals at 717-741-3891.
DDS LEGO CLUB
NOW ENROLLING - Spring Session
May 16 - June 6th
Sessions will be held Tuesday evenings 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
DDs-Alley Learning Center
Youth of all abilities are encouraged to enroll.
Cost is $30 for a four week session
Members will meet for 1 1/2 hours to build their creations based on a theme for the evening. At the end of the class, members will share their creations with each other and will discuss their project in greater detail with the group. The club will be led by a DDS employee and DDS will provide all the supplies and materials needed to build Lego creations.
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