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Registration is being accepted for the iCan Shine Bike Camp (formerly Lose the Training Wheels), a program that utilizes adapted bicycles and specialized instruction to teach campers how to ride a two-wheel bicycle. The camp will run from July 14-18 at Clarence High School, 9625 Main St., Clarence. Campers must be at least 8 years old, have a diagnosed disability and be able to walk without assistive devices. For more information, to register a camper or if interested in volunteering, call 817-7204 or email wnylearntoride@yahoo.com

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The Heritage Education Program serves children with disabilities from age 3 to 21. Services may include special education, speech, occupational and/or physical therapy. We also specialize in addressing feeding and swallowing concerns, offer parent training and provide behavioral supports as needed. Eligibility for services is determined by the school district. For more information, call 876-3901.

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Western New York Independent Living, under contract with the New York State Department of Health, is offering assistance in community alternatives to institutional living for nursing home residents throughout the counties of Niagara, Orleans, Chautauqua, Wyoming and Erie. An outreach specialist will meet with you and your family to provide the tools and information needed for transition back into the community. For information, call 836-0822, Ext. 126.

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Community Services for Developmentally Disabled offers an individual retirement experience program, a fun alternative to traditional senior services for people with disabilities over age 50. The small social group meets at community centers and senior centers in your neighborhood. Activities include trips, volunteering, parties, bingo, arts, crafts and more. For more information, call 883-8002.

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Spina Bifida Association of Western New York provides services to individuals with spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus and their families in Western New York. Services are designed to assist and teach children with these ailments to increase their independence as well as provide education to their families. For information, call 446-5595.

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Gateway Longview, 6350 Main St., Williamsville, a multiservice agency serving children and families, offers special education and intensive support services for children ages 3 to 21 with severe emotional, behavior and learning problems. For information, call 633-7266.

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Deaf Adult Services, Suite 450, 2495 Main St., is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Friday for deaf and hard-of-hearing individuals who need assistance. Walk-in clients will be assisted or referred to appropriate agencies. For information, call 833-1637.

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Aspire of Western New York offers early intervention programs for children diagnosed with disabilities. For information on the infant/toddler development program or the preschool programs, call Aspire Center for Learning, 4635 Union Road, Cheektowaga, at 505-5700. Also call that number for information on Children’s Discovery Corner child care and learning center.

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Baker Victory Services, 780 Ridge Road, Lackawanna, provides a wide range of specialized residential, outpatient and educational services to children and youths with a variety of needs, including developmental disabilities and/or behavioral or psychiatric difficulties. For information, call 828-9500.

Items of timely events may be submitted by fax, 856-5150 or by mail to City Desk, Events for People with Disabilities, The Buffalo News, P.O. Box 100, Buffalo, NY 14240.