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Community Inclusive Recreation (CIR)
Linda Linke, CEO
154 West Street, Upper Level
Battle Creek, MI 49037
(269) 968-8249  
(269) 969-6218 (fax)
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Grand Rapids Eagles (Special Needs Sports Teams)
For donations:
696 Ridglefield Court
Coopersville, MI 49404
For more info, please contact:
Head coach, Emily VanderZwaag
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LIFE Therapeutic Solutions, Inc.
Life Therapeutic Solutions Inc., provides recreation therapy services to individuals with various disabilities, beyond traditional health care settings.  As Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists, with our extensive education and varied health care experiences, we will provide the best treatment services to enhance the overall quality of life of individuals served.  Life Therapeutic Solutions provides aquatic therapy in a community setting along with community reintegration and in home recreation therapy.
P.O. Box 90002
Wyoming, MI 49509
Ph: 1-800-925-3152 or 616-828-5492
Fax:  1-855-207-3270
website:  www.life-ts.com
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Michigan Victory Games
Presented by Michigan Disability Sports Alliance
Stella Husch, Games Director
Phone:  248-922-1236
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West Michigan Miracle League (Baseball)
Tony Comden, West Michgian Miracle League President
Phone:  616-481-0481
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Testimonials

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 Our son Gramm has Spina Bifida. Through a scholarship from Family Hope Foundation, he is receiving therapy from Amy Wallenburg at 1 Plus 1 therapy. We could sense Amy's commitment and determination from the very beginning. That assurance revealed itself following one of Gramm's latest intensive therapy sessions. He is now beginning to walk around home and church with only one cane—using his free hand to carry a book or hold his mom's hand. What an indescribable joy!

-The Hulst Family