Founded in 1969, the Whittier Area Parents’ Association for the Developmentally Handicapped (WAPADH) is a private, non-profit organization that supports individuals with a variety of lifelong disabilities including Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Down’s syndrome and related medical and/or behavioral disorders. Our history of achievements is the result of strong community and family support and an organizational culture that continually seeks to remove barriers and change the limiting cultural stereotypes long associated with this population. WAPADH currently serves people in the Southeast Los Angeles, San Gabriel Valley and North Orange County areas.
Title: Joining the Spectrum-A Collaborative Play about Inclusion
Location: Cal State Northridge-Dept. of Theatre
Description: This summer a new musical play, Joining the Spectrum: A Collaborative Play about Inclusion, will be staged by artists from The Miracle Project, led by director Elaine Hall and her award winning staff. The play will be created by the students with The Miracle Project team using theatre games, exercises, and storytelling techniques to generate the script. Approx. 15 youth, 12-18 years old, will be able to sign up for this unique production program.
Date: June 16 – July 27, 2014
WAPADH is calling on all golfers and friends of golfers to join us for the 17th Annual No-Name Golf Tournament, benefiting kids of all ages with disabilities. All money raised with this fundraiser helps fund communication devices for people who otherwise would have no voice and also supports many other programs at WAPADH
For more information or to register for the tournament, please CLICK HERE for a brochure!
…or CLICK HERE for a preview of the famous “Helicopter Ball Drop”! …buy a ball for $10 and you have a chance to win up to $1,000!!