We started holding small social groups for girls with social challenges in 2008. Eventually, we formed a nonprofit organization so that we could seek grant money to do some fun stuff with kids who have disabilities. But we are still just a few people who have a passion to serve youth. We provide opportunities for friendship and for doing crafts, playing games, and exploring choices for adulthood.
Our groups are facilitated by Lydia Schuck, a transition specialist in Mason, Michigan. Lydia is the mom of a young adult who is a wonderful storyteller and pianist, and who also has autism and is blind. Lydia and Nathan’s daughter, Anna, is 23 now, and still needs to find friends. Join us for friendship and laughter!