Disclaimer: We do not provide any therapy or medical advice. We are individuals who have the passion to create a unique program that will benefit our students through an after school program. The program is designed in consultation with a Special Education teacher, Speech therapist, Occupational Therapist and ABA Therapist. They will continue to remain as consultants for the program. All volunteers and other staff are trained accordingly. The specialists DO NOT provide any direct services.

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The InFuse Team:

We are Friends United for SpecialStudents Empowerment



InFuse was founded in April 2017 by a group of friends who are passionate about making a difference in the life of kids with varied abilities. The team is made up of parents with special need kids and professionals from special education.

The program will provide appropriate training and customized education to prepare our children and young adults for their future while nurturing and enhancing their unique talents and strengths.


Team Infuse has been already running successfully a Special Need Peer Interaction Program for over 15 years. That program enhances Social Skills, Motor Skills and Self Esteem and confidence through dance music and stage performances. The program also involved middle school and high school volunteers from the community as peers to enable social interaction.

Child Safety

 

Safety in the program is our priority. We have staff who are CPR trained and well aware of safety issues while working with children physical and behavioral issues.

Our Staff



InFuse Program is designed and executed by a team of individuals comprising of a special education teacher, in consultation with a Speech therapist, an Occupational Therapist, ABA therapist and paraprofessionals. Our team of volunteers comprise of community members who are vested in our vision of providing the best possible to our students with differing needs. 

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