The City of Barrie’s Recreation Team run a number of Inclusion programs for people with disabilities. These programs range from adapted swimming and fitness to youth day camps that focus on creativity.
One of these fantastic programs is the Stage Sense program, an adapted camp for adults living with disabilities. The 13 participants had fun with music, theatre, dancing, and even a visit from a music therapist! While I only spent a small amount of time with them, I can tell you first hand that these are some of the best people in the world!
Community Spotlight: Stage Sense
One of the many inclusion programs run by the City of Barrie, Stage Sense is an adapted day camp that supports adults living with disabilities through music, theatre, and dance.Posted by Barrie 360 on Wednesday, August 21, 2019
For More Information about the wonderful inclusion services the City of Barrie provides, visit the Inclusion Services page or give them a call at (705) 739-4220 ext. 5789.