Introducing Inclusion Dining & Jams!

Food provides nourishment, but dining can also be an act of socialization, community, leisure and love. For many, a restaurant experience is generally a pleasurable one, but for individuals with autism, developmental differences, and other sensitivities, a restaurant setting can be unpleasant and overwhelming. Inclusion Dining offers a sensory-friendly

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Fiscal Sponsor Spotlight: Let’s Write About…

Donnie Welch (he/him/his) is a poet and educator who has worked with students with intellectual, developmental, and multiple disabilities since 2014. He began work as a teaching assistant at the Kennedy Day School in Brighton, MA before moving to New York City and starting at the Rebecca

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Soul Work

When our Program Director, Leah Barron, and I met at a music festival in 2017 we immediately felt a strong connection. After just a few conversations, we believed that our friendship and business venture was destined. Over the next several years we learned together about all aspects

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Why Festivals are Important

The importance of festivals is documented throughout history and across virtually all cultures. Traditions like Chinese New Year, Mardi Gras, Diwali, and more highlight important cultural values and heritage. Festivals like these are a purposeful and profound way to connect with our roots, reflect on personal values

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Fiscal Sponsor Spotlight: Music with Corey

Our fiscal sponsorship program allows others to carry out projects that further our mission to make recreation and leisure accessible to all abilities. One such program is Music With Corey, a top-rated zoom music class, that has just launched its flagship charity program entitled Caring With Corey. The project

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Why Virtual Accessibility Matters

Accessibility is a fundamental right for people of all abilities. While ongoing efforts continue in the civic, corporate, education, private, and non-profit sectors to ensure inclusive and accessible accommodations for all abilities, little has been done to ensure the accessibility of music, arts, entertainment, and other forms

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