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Blues Brothers Creative Health Solutions and Therapeutic Play Center is a children’s play program for all children with specific emphasis on children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Our goal is to provide participants with an enjoyable, enriching and bully-free experience. Our program is designed to improve balance, coordination and other sensory stimuli while reinforcing positive social skills in a group play environment. Blues Brothers promotes inclusivity and diversity in an effort to prevent bullying while also empowering children to engage with one another in a positive way. 

Every aspect of our program is designed to accommodate the physical, emotional and social needs of participants. Unlike traditional programs that may not have the capacity to meet the needs of this population making their experience both unpleasant and frustrating, Blues Brothers understands the need for tools such as sensory breaks. 

Our exciting activities are carefully designed to foster friendships, self awareness, exploration, and social success. Additional services include sensitivity training for classmates, peers, family and community members in order to increase awareness and prevent bullying. Blues Brothers is committed to creating a sensory rich atmosphere where pro social friendships thrive. 

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1 in 59

children have autism

1 in 20

children have a disability

ALL

children have an opportunity to learn about friendships, diversity and inclusion 

We are always looking for ways to partner with others, volunteers and opportunities to collaborate.

Contact us today!

Blues Brothers understands that caring for children with autism can be a challenge.

Feel free to chat with us today!