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Project Power LIVE variety show held May 29 at Coon Rapids Middle School

Project Power participants performed in a creative variety show May 29 at the Coon Rapids Middle School auditorium, showcasing their skills and talents ranging from song, dance, speech and performing with musical instruments. Participants practiced and planned the show for months leading up to the show, while building confidence and developing friendships with staff and other participants.


Project Power LIVE was thankful for the support of the Coon Rapids Super Seniors, which provided a grant this spring to support the program.

 

The Adults with Special Needs program (also known as "Project Power") provides specialized classes for adults with disabilities through Anoka-Hennepin Community Education. Activities and classes offer educational, recreational and social activities for participants that practice life skills to increase independence, communication, and community integration.

 

Project Power offers over 200 learning opportunities and social outings coordinated uniquely for participants with developmental disabilities. Community Education provides disability accommodation services for all program participants. Activities and classes are offered in a wide range of styles and formats to meet the needs of students, including:
 
  • Arts and crafts
  • Cooking and dining
  • Field trips
  • Health and safety
  • Music and theater 
  • Recreation, athletics and exercise

 

Learn more about the program at www.ahschools.us/projectpower.