Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28
and Dec. 5 and 12
Bowling at Gahanna Lanes
Aug 15 @ 6:30 pm Special Needs Planning Event by Autism Societ
Aug 27 @ 5pm Back to Friendship Circle Night for Volunteers
This program is funded by
ADAMH and the Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities.
The Friendship Circle has five facets:
Home Visitations: Volunteers visit a child’s home on a regular basis. The goal of home visitations is to provide a positive social setting, skill building, and friendship.
Family Fun Days: These are outings with The Friendship Circle for your whole family. Come watch your child hang out with peers and socialize over some good old fun.
Sports Nights: Friendship Circle offers general sports and basketball classes. Each activity is a five or six week commitment. Sports nights are open to ages 8+.
Teen Scene: Teen Scene pairs OSU volunteers with teenaged buddies, both for home visits and group programming. Activities include Bowling and Cooking Classes.
Parent Events: Informal gatherings planned for both parents of volunteers and parents of the special buddies, respectively.
Kids - want to be part of the Friendship Circle program? It's easy!
1. Register with Friendship Circle
2. Sign up for your choice of home visits, classes and activities
Teens/OSU Students - want to be a buddy?
1. Register to volunteer: HIgh School/Middle School students or OSU students
2. Sign up for training, home visits, classes and activities
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