Specially Adapted Resource Clubs (SPARC)

SPARC is a unique day program operating in local community centers for adults with disabilities. Adults with disabilities too often lack options to have an active role as full citizens in their community after graduating from the public school system. Adults with disabilities desire the same outcomes in life as people without disabilities. They want to work, enjoy friends, and give back to their community. SPARC provides a dynamic program in a community setting with the appropriate supports so people with disabilities can stay united with their families, connected within their neighborhoods, and enjoy their friendships. Our goal is to ensure all students with disabilities graduate to a ...

Making dog biscuits in the clubhouse!

Making dog biscuits in the clubhouse!
Photo from Progress Report 'Quest For Resources Continues'

SPARC friends gathering in June.

SPARC friends gathering in June.
Photo from Progress Report 'Need for Services Increasing, Sources Drying Up'

Our winning art project!

Our winning art project!
Photo from Progress Report 'SPARC Flourishing in 2012, But Needs Help!'

SPARC Cooks!

SPARC Cooks!
From Chinese food to a tasty hotdog enjoyed on a perfect summer day, SPARC members learn lifelong skills, including cooking.

Circuit Train Your Brain

Circuit Train Your Brain
SPARC's unique "Circuit Train Your Brain" continuing learning program means Pierre gets quality time at a laptop.
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