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Center for Individual Development (CID) 
8088 Palm Lane, San Bernardino
(909) 384-5426
www.ci.san-bernardino.ca.us/cityhall/parks/centers/center_for_individual_development_(cid).asp
The Center for Individual Development (CID) is a regional recreation center that focuses on providing recreation programs for people of all ages with physical, developmental and mental disabilities. Seniors and individuals without disabilities are welcome to participate in many of CID programs.  Currently offering cooking class.

Love Them All Foundation
397 N. Central Ave., Upland
(909) 917-3115
http://www.lovethemall.org/
LTAF continues its mission to encourage both children & young adults, with disabilities such as Down syndrome, Autism, and Cerebral Palsy, to live life to their fullest potential, through sponsorship in sports activities such as basketball, golf, baseball, bowling, football & soccer, realizing how very important it is to each of them to be a part of a team, have on-going opportunities to meet others just like them, and create life-long friendships. In addition, LTAF sponsors social events such as its annual Valentine’s Day Dance, Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Sports Camp, and Winter Holiday Dance, where the recipients, along with their families, have an opportunity to come together socially throughout the year to share lives, laughter, and most importantly, embrace their individuality. They offer cooking classes occasionally – check to see the schedule of events.

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