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P.A.T.H. of Door County is a unique all-inclusive organization that welcomes all individuals with special abilities.  We have assisted families that are impacted by down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, epilepsy, and many more.  We are dedicated to increasing opportunities for recreation and integration in the community for children and adults with special needs.

PARENTS IN PARTNERSHIP (PIP)

The Leadership Development Opportunity is once again going to be provide for families of children with disabilities ages 6-14.  For more information, see our Upcoming Events page or check out www.wspei.org.  Hope to see you there! 

1st ANNUAL SAFE KIDS DOOR COUNTY DAY

To find out what this is all about, check out our Upcoming Events page for more details.

SCHOOL SUPPLY FUNDRAISER

We're trying something new...as a fundraiser, PATH of Door County is teaming up with Sturgeon Bay Elementary Schools and 1st Day School Supplies (www.1stdayschoolsupplies.com) to make this back-to-school season a little less hectic!  For the first-time EVER, you can simply purchase your child's supplies online and guarantee that you have exactly what the teachers what and you won't have to run around town with your child in tow to get them.  If you order though 1st Day School Supplies you will be able to pick up your kit (which also includes labels with your child's name) when you stop in for registration in August!  DEADLINE IS JUNE 30!

CLICK HERE TO ORDER YOUR SCHOOL SUPPLIES

 

SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION FORM NOW AVAILABLE

Registration forms are being accepted now.  Camp will run for 8 weeks from June 20 - August 10 on Tuesdays and Thursdays.    If you did not receive one and would like to get your child signed up, please contact Cheri VanDenBogart at cvandenbogart@sturbay.k12.wi.us to get yours.  

Registration Deadline: June 2, 2017

CHUCK E. CHEESE -SENSORY SENSITIVE SUNDAYS

Kick off is Sunday, April 2.  Chuck E. Cheese will now open 2 hours early on the first Sunday of EVERY month, specifically for children with autism and other special needs.    Things to expect:  Reduced lighting and noise (some games will be turned off), Chuck E (the mouse) will make limited appearances, families can bring their own food if they have dietary restrictions, and staff will be extra flexible with "the rules" during this time, i.e. running, playing a game incorrectly, etc. (as long as everyone is SAFE).  The event will be held from 9:00 am to 11:00 am at the following Wisconsin locations:  Green Bay, Appleton, Madison, Milwaukee, Brookfield, Racine, Janesville, and Lacrosse.  Visit www.chuckecheese.com/sensory-sensitive-Sundays for more information.