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Ramping up the Fun at Horizons

When Jackie retired, she knew she wanted to spend her newfound free time in a meaningful way. Navigating the world in a wheelchair, she was originally hesitant to pursue volunteer opportunities because she knew that her mobility could be a challenge. That changed when she discovered the Playspace Program at Horizons. ... Read more

The Power of Play

Meghan Schafer, Horizons' Southeast Region Playspace Program Director shares the impact of play on a child's developing brain and how the Playspace Program is designed around best practices in early education and trauma informed play. ... Read more

Youth Helping Youth: The Next Generation of Philanthropy

Horizons' Young Professional's Network is a group of vibrant young adults focused on supporting Horizons' mission. Learn more about one member's experience, and what his involvement with Horizons has meant to him. ... Read more

Horizons’ Infant Classrooms

Infants can attend Horizons as early as 2 months old starting a curriculum centered on emotional and social development. ... Read more

We use a TRAUMA-INFORMED, STRENGTHS-BASED, WHOLE-FAMILY approach. Our children learn through
brain
PLAY.
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