Best Buddies Capital Region offers One-to-One Friendship, Integrated Employment and Leadership Development programs – positively impacting nearly 28,560 individuals with and without disabilities in Capital Region.
“The new Best Buddies chapter at my school will allow us to create opportunities to spread the word to end the word, with intent to make the usage of the R-word a very uncommon occurrence inside and outside of the school grounds […]
This year we’ve had a large number of special education students who are unable to attend chapter meetings and activities outside of school; therefore, we’ve been challenged on how to meaningfully involve these in-school buddies with our chapter.
My name is Patrick Wood and I am a super senior at Centreville High School. I have been a part of Best Buddies for the past five and a half years. I have been involved in Best Buddies Ambassador trainings for the past three years. As an ambassador, I have […]