A resource for all families with children who have a variety of disabilities.
Helpful one-on-one & in-home support for dealing with problematic behaviors.
Attend a workshop on childhood development and/or encouraging healthier habits.
Host one of our family yoga classes, and join fitness movement sweeping the nation, such as the Presidents Physical Fitness Challenge. Learn more about the importance of exercise and the Presidents challenge at www.fitness.gov
Our knowledgeable professionals participate in a variety of community advocacy efforts, and work to strengthen community partnerships.
We participate in community events promoting wellness, inclusion, diversity appreciation and acceptance.
Facilitate seminars promoting inclusion and disability awareness.
A new kind of resource 'hub' for sharing important news and events supporting people with all levels of abilities (disabilities).
Reduce incidence of bullying, discrimination, and exclusion through our education and wellness seminars.
The Abuse of Labels
The use of labels is an essential part of our everyday lives. We label streets to know where we live, items to make distinctions between tomato sauce and paste; we even label people! The labels we choose, and more importantly how we use them, can either be hurtful or helpful. When labels determine a person’s self worth and value, we perpetuate false barriers and obstacles. Project AWWOL is working hard to help change the harmful affect the use of negative and hurtful labels have on our society. Simply put, that is the world we envision!
What would it be like if we could live in A World WithOut Labels?
What labels would be used on them? How will those labels impact their lives?
Learn ways to cultivate a more inclusive environment for people with all types of differences. Celebrate diversity!
"They managed to bring out the best in a girl who reluctantly held a pencil much less wielded one effectively...I know this is a result of the classes and Mr. Phillip's expertise, training, enthusiasm, and warmth." -Parent of a Youth Arts in the Parks (YAP) Artist, (a project of Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs)
"Project AWWOL helped our learning center in many ways. They are there to answer any questions the teachers might have, and really demonstrate inclusive strategies during their Technical Assistance sessions. It was one thing to learn about inclusion in a training, and another to actually practice the strategies with the students in their classroom!" -Early Childhood Institute Manager Miami Children's Museum
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