Special Olympic Swimming in NOLA and Sensory day at LCMSensory Friendly Fun Day- Louisiana Children's MuseumSunday, March 19, 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.Join LCM and representatives from LSU Health Sciences for a spring-themed Sensory Friendly Fun Day on Sunday, March 19! Work on fine motor and cognition skills with a worm sorting activity, participate in an Easter-themed obstacle course, and more! for more info visit them onlineQuiet spaces are available.NEW! Special Olympics Swim TeamTulane student and swim instructor Kait Simpson is starting, in conjunction with Tulane swim team members, a Special Olympics swim team here in New Orleans. They will hold three practices this spring to grow their membership, with the program getting into full swing this coming fall. The aim of these three practices is simply to get the kids acclimatized, pair them with a coach that they can have consistently, and get them having fun in the water! After these spring sessions, they plan to establish a training plan and divide up the athletes based on swimming levels/age. they hope to bring the team to a competition at the end of the fall season. As of right now there are no costs! Come with a smile and a swim suit ready to have fun :)Athletes of ALL AGES are invited to join (but aimed more at kids). The first practice is coming up this Saturday morning at the Tulane Reily pool. Here is the link to register for the team: https://goo.gl/forms/5Is3T5h3BomzEEVj2-Kait Simpson, a student-athlete at Tulane University, and will be the head coach of the New Orleans Special Olympics team. For over six years,She has taught swimming to kids with special needs for the past six years. and has received special coaching training for working with special needs kids in the pool to develop both motor skills and social skills. In addition, she ran the special needs swim program in the Boston in 2012-2014.