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My son, Ethan, has autism. When he was younger, his greatest desire was to play baseball like his older brother, but due to his special needs, he was unable to play on a typical team. It was at that moment that I realized that we can create, establish, and promote any creative arts, educational, recreational, and social events for individuals with disabilities.

. Christine Ross, Founder



Our Social Club is a vibrant community hub designed to foster connections, friendships, and unforgettable experiences for individuals with disabilities of all ages, from teens to tweens and adults. At Aid Another, provides an opportunity to have fun, and feel a sense of belonging.

Join us for a wide array of engaging activities and events tailored to suit diverse interests and preferences. From game nights and movie screenings to art sessions and outdoor adventures, there's something for everyone in our inclusive community. Whether you're passionate about music, sports, or simply spending time with friends, you'll find a welcoming space to explore and express yourself at our Social Club.


Our programs offer individuals with disabilities a vibrant platform to explore their artistic talents, cultivate self-expression, and connect with others in a supportive and inclusive environment. From painting and drawing to dance and movement, we believe in the transformative power of the arts to uplift spirits, foster confidence, and nurture personal growth.


Discover the power of inclusion with Aid Another's Adaptive Athletics Programs! Designed to break down barriers and empower individuals of all abilities, our programs provide a supportive and inclusive environment where everyone can thrive.

From adaptive sports like basketball, baseball, and cheer, we offer a diverse range of options to suit every interest and skill level. Our experienced coaches and instructors are dedicated to ensuring that each participant receives personalized support and encouragement, helping them reach their full potential on and off the field.


At Aid Another, we understand that caregiving can be both rewarding and challenging. That's why we're dedicated to providing valuable resources and workshops to support caregivers in their important roles.

Our caregiver resources encompass a wide range of topics, including practical tips for daily caregiving, navigating challenges, managing stress and self-care, and accessing community support services. Whether you're caring for a family member with a disability or a child, our resources are designed to provide valuable information and guidance to help you navigate the caregiving journey with confidence and compassion.

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