By Evrod Cassimy – Reporter/Anchor
ST. CLAIR SHORES, Mich. – Finding free resources for children with special needs can be a challenge, but a nonprofit organization in St. Clair Shores is making it easier for parents and children, all while having fun.
The kids are on the go inside a classroom at Pare Elementary School in St. Clair Shores. In fact, that’s the name of the organization these children are involved in.
“Kids on the Go is a nonprofit organization that provides free therapy for children with special needs,” said Kristy Schena.
Schena is the mastermind behind the program. Children with special needs ages 3-17 visit the nonprofit to develop their current skills through therapeutic and wellness programs.
Children participate in activities such as dance, flag football, art therapy, handwriting, as well as teens to work and going social programs, just to name a few. Many parents call the organization a lifesaver….. See the rest of the story at WDIV here!