Social Recreation in Greensboro

Social Recreation in Greensboro

Supper Club

This group, for individuals ages 18 and older, provides opportunities for adults with high-functioning autism or Asperger’s Syndrome to build important social skills while engaging in social outings. Examples of outings include dining in restaurants or members’ homes, bowling, attending movies, and gathering on-site for structured social activities.

 

Afterschool Program

Our afterschool program provides an accepting and structured environment for students ages 8-17. Children are provided with necessary support to improve social skills, communication skills, and peer engagement. Individualized activities, small group activities, and community outings are offered. The children may choose to participate in dance classes, complete art projects, work on homework, or enjoy a variety of leisure activities. Extended hours are available during the summer program.

 

Weekend Respite Program

The Hangout is an inclusive respite program that gives families the opportunity to enjoy some time away while their child participates in structured activities with qualified staff. Children ages 3-22 can choose from a variety of enjoyable activities, such as arts and crafts, games, movies, and sensory activities. Snacks are provided, and siblings are also welcome to attend.

 

The Autism Center for Life Enrichment

This innovative licensed day program provides a structured learning environment where adults with autism receive necessary support to develop greater self-sufficiency and community engagement. We offer a variety of activities and opportunities to allow each individual to choose to engage in what is meaningful to them. These activities include:

  • Creative exploration and expression through art, music, horticulture, culinary activities, and recreational therapy
  • Social skills training through structured leisure activities, social interaction, and community integration
  • Vocational training and supported employment
  • Community outreach and volunteerism

 

Individualized tracks are designed for each participant based upon personal interests and skills, and staff are trained to understand their needs and help them reach their goals.

 

Contact us:

Marianne Nadeau, Regional Director
336-333-0197, ext. 1401
mnadeau@autismsociety-nc.org
9 Oak Branch Drive
Greensboro, NC 27407