Oh, I'm so excited! I'm talking to some other people from my church about having a special needs class next year, at least one or two times a month. We've got some boys/young men with moderate autism, a young man with Angelman Syndrome and another young man with Down Syndrome who don't really have anywhere to go during church. They end up in the infant room, which is okay, but not really the best for any of them.
We are thinking about music, sensory activities, crafts (not my idea, but okay), bubbles and so forth.
Inclusion is wonderful, some of the time, but sometimes the opposite of inclusion is even better (well, not exclusion, but you know what I mean).