Welcome to exceptional Opportunities
The mission of Exceptional Opportunities is to enable children, with special needs, to be active family members, successful students and productive members of the community, by providing specialized community events, adapted equipment and assistive technology for the home environment.
Assistive technology is but not limited to any additional piece of equipment that is needed for a child, with special needs, to access the computer, Ipad, TV, etc.
Adapted Equipment can be described as a device that is used to assist with completing activities of daily living and/or exercise. An example of Adapted Equipment…
The mission of Exceptional Opportunities is to enable children, with special needs, to be active family members, successful students and productive members of the community…
We are a grant writing, donation seeking, fundraising machine. Our sole goal is to fund grants to help children be more active, successful and productive at home.
“The joy Briana gets riding a bike along side her little sister and peers, while helping build the strength in her legs, is a dream come true. The activity level for Children with Angelman Syndrome is much less than their peers. Helping her stay activate is a goal we have in helping her future health.” – Sam Kean
“The phenomenal joy Dakota gets when riding her tricycle with her Bluebee Pals Parker the Monkey and Lilly the Lamb is outstanding. These interactive companions have helped motivate Dakota to participate in social situations and during school activities. I was amazing the first time I saw it read to her. Dakota has Autism and can be less social that her peers. Her Bluebee Pal is an amazing companion and really helps motivate her.” – Annmarie “Dakota’s Mom”
“Our daughter, Erin, has cerebral palsy and relies on others to complete pretty much every daily task. This technology has been a blessing for her, allowing her to access the computer with just a minimal amount of assistance on our part. Like every teenager, she wants to do things independently. She really loves the freedom this technology gives her to express herself and make choices.” – Megan Fatur