People with Disabilities

Find your people. Raleigh Onboarding lists events, activities and resources that appeal to a variety of interests from Art Appreciators to Foodies to Sports Fans. Explore this website, find the things that interest you and then check their websites or reach out to determine their accessibility and inclusion options.
Start exploring Raleigh during your first 90 days. Below are a few accessible and inclusive places and events in Raleigh that will help you start putting down roots in the City of Oaks. (There are many others so consider these just a nudge to get out and explore.)
Volunteer if you can. It’s a great way to meet new friends in the area while doing good at the same time. Activate Good matches volunteers with needs and has both virtual and on-site options for both kids and adults.
In researching this section, we came across Do2Learn, a resource for individuals with special needs. (Although an online service, it apparently started in Raleigh back in the ‘90s.) Do2Learn provides thousands of free pages with social skills and behavioral regulation activities and guidance, learning songs and games, communication cards, academic material and more developed by educational and clinical experts. The site looked helpful so we’re including it here as a random acorn.