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Discover activities that are safe and fun for everyone, including children and adults with physical disabilities. These resources can help you make sure all SNAP-Ed participants can be a part of activities.
Disability Inclusion - Trainings.California Department of Social Services, the California Department of Public Health, UC CalFresh, California Department of Aging, and Catholic Charities of California.