FRAMINGHAM – Invictus Forever, a non-profit association supporting children and adults with disabilities, recently launched a Movement to music and fitness program.
The first of this monthly 5-part program took place on Sunday August 15th at the MetroWest YMCA in Framingham.
Sessions for youth and teens / adults were held in the full gymnasium, responsibly respecting social distancing and all other CDC guidelines regarding vaccinations and mask wearing.
Rebecca Lilly, Invictus board member and chair of the programming committee, said the sessions were a resounding success.
Music therapist and Framingham native Kathlynn Sell got everyone dancing and moving on the floor.
Invictus would like to express its deep gratitude to the MetroWest YMCA and all of our volunteers for making this meaningful experience possible.
Invictus Forever seeks to meet the professional, practical, recreational, social, educational and therapeutic needs of children and adults with disabilities.
The the organization is now located at the former Marian High School on Union Avenue.
By fostering a tolerant and respectful atmosphere that recognizes and nurtures the unique talents of each individual, we are able to create a safe, warm and welcoming environment where individuals of all strengths and abilities can excel, the organization said.
Visit www.invictusforever.org for more information on programming,
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