Games for Adult Special Needs Friends' Birthday Party?

My friend Christopher is wheelchair bound. He has limited mobility and speech and uses a diaper for his restroom needs. My friend Morgan has mild cerebral palsy and she can't read, write, or count at all, but she can use the toilet. She can talk and walk without help. She also can dress and undress herself without help. My friend Marc also has cerebral palsy.


He uses awheelchair for mobility. He can talk and walk with assistance from a walker and braces. He can use the toilet. He can feed himself. He can read, write, and count. And I was born with spina bifida. What kind of games can I pick for everyone to play that are easy and fun to play?

By saundersfaith3 from Dawsonville

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April 9, 20150 found this helpful

I work with a patient that is wheelchair-bound. He works with other disabled adults of varying levels of mobility in an office. At one office party, they went bowling! The bowling alley was set up especially for them, even though it normally catered to able-bodied people. Check with your local bowling alley, maybe they can do this also.

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