Children & Youth

If you are a young adult who wants to make friends, have fun, and participate in exciting activities, contact us to learn more!  We offer a wide variety of fun and educational activities throughout the year for anyone who wants to participate.

Children & Youth News

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Swing Into Spring Social: Dream Catchers & Friendship Bracelets

The Youth Program has another spring social scheduled for Wednesday, March 19 from 6 to 8 PM .

Please join us for a evening of fun as we create… Read more ›

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Announcing the First Swing Into Spring Social for Youth, this Wednesday 4/5 from 6-8pm!

The Youth Program is gearing up for spring with our first Swing into Spring Social this Wednesday March 5th from 6-8pm.

Enjoy celebrating an early St. Patrick’s Day with… Read more ›

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March eNews for Youth Attachment(s)

There are a wealth of activities planned for youth at the CIL this March! Spring Socials, Motley Crew Parties, Cooking Classes, a Transition Workshop and the awarding of the… Read more ›

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February/March eNews for Youth Attachment(s)

We have a variety of exciting opportunities over the next few months. Also see the information on our new disability guide program -  a program designed to  help consumers… Read more ›

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A Sneak Peak at the Menu for the Next Winter Healthy Cooking Class, Tuesday February 11th

Do you want to learn how to make easy, healthy meals and have a great lunch with friends?
Take a sneek peak at our menu for the next… Read more ›

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Join the Motley Crew for the “2014 Motley Olympics,” Saturday February 8th from 1-3pm at the CIL!

This events is FREE and open to Youth Ages 14-26. Please RSVP by contacting Anna Dusbiber Gossage by email anna@aacil.org or phone (734) 971-0277 ext. 17.

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Come Join us for the “Sweet” Valentine’s Day Dance! Attachment(s)

Come to a sugar filled evening where we will have dancing, valentine themed games, assorted treats and you will have the opportunity to make a valentine for  that special someone in… Read more ›

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Winter Healthy Cooking Classes Resume this Tuesday, January 14th!

The Ann Arbor CIL will be hosting healthy cooking classes again this winter. These classes are open to people of all ages and abilities. It is a great opportunity… Read more ›

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Youth Winter Wonderland Party Planned for Wednesday 12/11 from 6-8pm.

Come celebrate the holidays with your friends at the Ann Arbor CIL. We will enjoy hot cocoa, short stories and holiday crafts. The fun will take place… Read more ›

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Healthy Cooking Class Fall Kick-off!

The smells of fall were certainly present on Tuesday afternoon as People gathered for our first healthy cooking class of the season!

Everyone prepared and enjoyed sweet potato chicken… Read more ›

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Perspectives

  • “The most important thing we do is help eliminate the social isolation felt by youth with disabilities. We create a place of belonging for those who wouldn’t otherwise have one,” Anna Dusbiber, Youth Services Coordinator.

    “Whether it’s getting out in the community and learning about things, or just watching movies and playing games – the Youth Program means being with friends and having support. The CIL has helped my life go forward. You guys are like my family. No – not ‘like.’ You are my family.” Ana Obando, who has spina bifida, has been involved with the Youth Program for over ten years.

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