Special Needs Resources for Greensboro, Winston-Salem and High Point

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iCan House

Map862 West Fourth St.
Winston-Salem, NC
336-723-0050

Description:

iCan House is a nonprofit organization that provides social and learning opportunities for those with social differences and communication challenges (ages 8-adult). Although a diagnosis is not required to participate, some have autism, Asperger's syndrome, ADHD, anxiety or other related communication disorders. Using a club-based model along with a curriculum, participants learn and practice concrete social and perspective-taking skills and also develop greater self-awareness and increased self-esteem. iCan House is a place of belonging for parents and families as well as the participants.

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