Sponsored by:

Scituate CORSE Foundation (Community of Resources for Special Education) 


Jenkins School 
54 Vinal Ave
Scituate, MA 02066

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This group, ages 8-15, is for siblings of special needs children. Given the varied age range, the students may break out into age appropriate groupings and discussions.  The program will meet 4 times a year on a Saturday morning to discuss common issues particular to being a sibling of someone with special needs.  Topics discussed will include:  what it is like to have a special needs sibling; how to talk about their sibling with friends; how to handle the strong emotions involved; helpful books and resources.

Primary Instructor(s):  Jamie McNamara and Rose Campbell

Dates:  Saturdays  March 4, April 1, May 13 - 10am-1:00 pm

Location/Fee: Jenkins School $60

Register Now!PLEASE NOTE: There is sometimes a glitch in the constant contact system where some registrations get reset to blank before proceeding to Paypal. The company is aware of the issue and working on it. Please try again immediately and it should go through. If it does not, email corsefoundation@comcast.net and we will register you.  

If you are registering more than one child, you will need to register under 2 different email addresses.  We apologize for this inconvenience, but it is a requirement of this particular software. 

PLEASE REMEMBER:  To keep our programs as affordable as possible, CORSE supplements 75%-100%of all our programming costs and is run entirely by unpaid volunteers.  Thus, our administrative overhead is only 4.9%. In order to continue our beneficial programs, please consider a donation to CORSE. ALL donations are greatly appreciated!  

The CORSE Foundation (Community of Resources for Special Education) was established by a group of dedicated parents and educators to raise funds to provide high quality and affordable programming, training and resources that will benefit children with special needs, their parents and educators throughout South Shore Massachusetts.  CORSE has designed an innovative model of social, academic, recreation, therapeutic and work skills development programs so children with special needs can reach their full potential.  Our variety of programs are staffed appropriately through customized staffing ratios and special education expertise so ALL children, those with and without special needs, can successfully participate together within their community.

For 2021-22  these programs have been generously supported by grant funding received from the Douglas Education Fund, Grace E. Brooks Trust, Evan Henry Foundation, Doug Flutie Jr. Foundation, Edwin Phillips Foundation, Rockland Trust Charitable Foundation as well as our community fundraising supporters.