Community Partners

We partner with these organizations as a facilitator to offer meaningful activities throughout the Capital Region of New York:

Inclusible creates games, activities, and support materials to help build inclusible communities, using play, where individuals of all ages, experiences, and abilities can connect with others, gain experiences, and just plain have fun.

Bring on the Spectrum is both a sensory gym with equipment for all ages, and a community space offering social, recreational and lifestyle activities for neurodiverse and neurotypical children, teens and adults.

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Jay Street Collective, soon to become Connie’s Creative Market, is an indoor, year round maker’s market in Schenectady featuring emerging artist and entrepreneurs from the local area, including crafts created by Live Work Learn participants.
Niskayuna High School students in the school’s Community Transition Program volunteer in our Crafts program to build specific skill sets. We modify instructions to each individual’s abilities.
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Music Speaks is a private music therapy practice based in the Capital Region of New York State, providing services to children and adults for over 15 years. The Owner, Courtney A. Elder, MT-BC, received her Bachelor’s degree in Music Therapy from Berklee College of Music (Boston, MA) and holds a nationally recognized certification from the Certification Board for Music Therapists (CBMT). 

Wildwood School provides supports and services to people of all ages with conditions described as developmental disabilities, complex learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders. Live Work Learn partners with Wildwood to get their students involved in meaningful activities.

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Get Involved

Want to join our mission as a Community Partner? We’d love to learn more about your ideas! Get in touch with us today: