Act of Kindness
Kids, Teens and Young Adult
Structured Board Games
Ages 8-14, 15-21, 22-28 (1 hour)
Getting To Know You
Ages 8-14, 15-21, 22-28 (1 hour)
Creative Art Projects
Ages 8+ (1 hour)
Ages 5+ (50 minutes, Free)
Ages 6+ (Fridays 6:30-8:00, $15.00 entrance fee. Pay at door)
Ages 8-14, 15-21, 22-28
For parents and caregivers. Wednesday’s twice monthly.
Everyone welcome (Free)
Offered quarterly. Ages 10+
Include Me Too Volunteer Workshops
FREE • Earn 2 Community Service Hours
Learn how you can be an integral part of our community in assisting disabled children and young adults.
This 2-hour workshop is a unique training as it emphasizes on how to connect with and provide compassion to those meeting challenges.
Those who want to be a part of making a difference are welcome to attend.
Additionally, this is a required workshop for those individuals interested in volunteering at Include Me Too.
Located at Include Me Too
Dates and times of workshops: December 2019 – August 2020
(Second Saturday of each monthly) 10:00 am -12:00 pm
December 14, 2019
January 11, 2020
February 8, 2020
March 14, 2020
April 11, 2020
May 9, 2020
June 11, 2020
NO CLASS IN July
August 11, 2020
Include Me Too is a place where everyone is treated and respected equally.
Labels and diagnosis are left outside, while the whole person comes in and begins their journey of love and acceptance. To be around others and interact at the satisfaction of the individual. The amount of participation is up to the child or adult. The purpose of “Include me too” is for each person to experience recreational time like others without disabilities. Complete freedom to let go and be yourself while learning, having fun and being with others. To be a part of something. To be accepted. To be INCLUDED.
“When you have a disability,
knowing that you are not defined by it is the sweetest feeling.”
– Anne Wafula Strike
About Stace Katzman, M.S.
Stace was born and raised in Livingston New Jersey until the age of 10. Thereafter she relocated with her family to Hollywood, Florida and she has since considered herself a Floridian. In middle school when Stace was asked what she wanted to do as a profession she already knew it was to work with children. Stace began her studies in psychology at Florida State University (FSU) and obtained her Undergraduate Degree after transferring to Georgia State University (GSU) due to their exceptional child psychology program. Stace graduated GSU with a BS in Psychology as well as a Minor in Special Education…
My story begins when I was a child, growing up with a brother who faced educational and social obstacles. I felt his struggles, as they were close to my heart. I wanted so much for him to be treated equally and I wanted other children who faced similar struggles to be treated equally as well. It was this life experience and many others that led me towards the desire to help children…
Individual Class: 15.00 (First Class is FREE)
5 paid classes and the 6th class is free.
(this does not include Arts and Crafts)
• Getting to Know You
• Structured Games
• Arts and Crafts
• Family Meditation
• Campfire Songs
*Some art classes may have added fee for materials.
Family meditation there is no charge for parents or caregivers.
Maximum capacity for each class is 8, please register ahead of time to secure your place in class.
• Parent ED and Lunch (bring your own lunch) coffee and beverages will be available
• Monthly Speaker
• Support Group
Please register ahead of time as classes fill up quickly.
Have questions? Contact us now!