Mainspring kids with special needs enjoy Special Olympics day

On Friday, April 29, Mainspring Academy, a private, nonprofit special needs school that is located at Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics, hosted a track and field event for its students, with the help of Special Olympics. The students worked hard in their P.E. classes for the past the past month and a half on the skills for participating in these events. Students competed in events such as softball throw, long jump, 50 meter dash, shot put and 100 meter dash. Special Olympics handed out medals at the end. Their smiles and cheers for each other and themselves made all their hard work worthwhile!

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Mainspring Academy helps students with special needs reach their fullest potential in all areas of life

Students from 5-22 years of age receive individualized instruction in classrooms with low student to teacher ratios. The academy provides special education for kids who have a wide range of learning issues and behavior disorders, such as autism spectrum disorders, ADHD, Down syndrome, brain injury and developmental disorders. Keystone Behavioral Pediatrics providers are the academy’s primary source of behavioral service. Collaborating as a team to provide integrative healthcare, they provide a full range of mental health, applied behavior analysis, speech/language, feeding and occupational therapy to augment work in the classroom.

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