Champions Club is a special needs ministry serving kids, teens and adults with special needs and the medically fragile.
We welcome ALL individuals with autism, down syndrome, cerebral palsy, and other diagnoses and medical conditions.
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Welcome to Champions Club!
Champions Club is a special needs ministry, specialized in ministering to kids, teens, and adults with special needs and the medically fragile, and designing developmental areas for kids, teens, and adults with special needs and the medically fragile. We have developed a program that meets the developmental needs of individuals with special needs in four important ways: SPIRITUALLY, EMOTIONALLY, PHYSICALLY, AND CREATIVELY.
Our focus is on spiritual growth through God’s Word, developing the social-emotional skills of each individual with special needs through the five senses, creatively through various learning tools, as well as engaging the champion physically during active gross motor fun. Our hope is to point those with extraordinary needs to their destiny and help them navigate how to get there.
Champions Clubs can be adapted to a school or public facility environment. There are Champions Clubs in schools, churches, and facilities all across America and around the world. It would be our honor to help you start your Champions Club or special needs ministry!
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Champions Club Curriculum for Special Needs
We are so excited to introduce our NEW Curriculum for Special Needs. The Champions Club Curriculum seamlessly fits in your Champions Club special needs ministry but will work in any setting where children with special needs are taught.
With over a decade of experience in special needs ministry, we have learned a lot about ministering to children with special needs and the medically fragile. This Champions Club Curriculum is the result of combining our knowledge and practical experience. It is easy to implement, easy to understand, and most importantly, a lot of FUN for both champions and teachers!
With five different units, the Champions Club Curriculum brings you a full year’s worth of material to teach your students with special needs the Word of God. One entire unit is dedicated to holidays and special days, such as Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Father’s Day, and Mother’s Day, so your champions can receive the very best on those special days as well. The Champions Club Curriculum helps kids with special needs understand who God is and what God’s plan for their life is. The curriculum follows the four stations of development at Champions Clubs: Creative Learning, Sensory Development, Physical Development, and Spiritual Development. Each component plays an integral part in the development.
This Champions Club Curriculum is created for children with special needs from 4 to 12 years old.
To build your best special needs ministry and receive in-depth training on how to implement this curriculum in your ministry, visit www.investinchampions.com. You’ll immediately gain access to all the training, toolkits, and documents you need for a thriving special needs ministry.
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A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Organizations
Maybe your organization is planning a Fall Festival this year. Public events are a fantastic way for families to enjoy quality time together, create lasting memories, and participate in their communities. However, when you have a child with special needs, attending such events can be challenging without proper planning and consideration. Fortunately, with the right strategies and accommodations, both parents and event organizers can make these experiences inclusive and enjoyable for everyone involved, regardless of their abilities.