Mark your calendars for our Spring Event coming up on Sunday, March 25, 2018:


Join the Ellis School of Atlanta for an inclusive day of fun for the whole family.

Sunday, March 25, 2018

2:00 - 5:00 pm

An afternoon of multi-sensory inclusive activities for the whole family awaits you at:

Sensations Therafun!

Sensations Therafun is an exciting, safe alternative to ‘typical’ playgrounds. It is designed especially for sensory recreation. Sensations is great place for all kids ranging from those currently in therapy or those who just need a good place to play. They are open to all ages and physical abilities.


  Rock climbing wall at Sensations Therafun

Rock climbing wall at Sensations Therafun

What Can I Expect at Family Fun Day?

Zip Lining

Sensory Room

Art Projects

Trampoline Zone

Meeting Other Families

Making Friends

Information and Fun with Mission Partners

Tickets on Sale Now!

Individual Ticket: $15

Family Pack: $50

(Includes two adults and two children)


Special thanks to our Sponsors:

Steve Hart

The McDonald Family

Suzanne Howard

United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia

A Kiss from the Queen

Veronica Caputo


and Mission Partners:

The Atlanta Dance Academy: TADA


Sponsorship Opportunities Available Now!


Are you a mission partner of the Ellis School of Atlanta? Contact csmith@ellisschoolatlanta.org to learn about sponsorship levels and opportunities for collaboration at this event. 

Stay tuned for an announcement on the winner of

the Third Annual Queenie Award!

The Queenie Award was created in honor of a special member of our community, “Queenie”, Rena Lawson Everett. The award is given to a deserving individual from metro Atlanta that goes above and beyond to champion people with disabilities. Nominations are due by March 1st and can be submitted through our online form.  The winner will be recognized at Family Fun Day on March 25th, 2018.  


Diane Wilush is the Recipient of the Ellis School 2017 Queenie Award!


Diane Wilush is the President and CEO of United Cerebral Palsy of Georgia and United Cerebral Palsy of South Carolina as well as a founding member of Georgia’s Service Provider Association for Developmental Disabilities. Additionally, she is the Chair of the Board of Trustees for the National United Cerebral Palsy Organization. Diane came to UCP of Georgia in 1994 and took the small nonprofit that was serving only the Atlanta area and grew it to serving over 500 individuals and families in two states. She is a leader that works one-on-one with families who call her for assistance but also is known for her policy and advocacy expertise, which is why she is the perfect candidate for our 2017 Queenie award.


Volunteers Needed!

Contact mmiller@ellisschoolatlanta.org for more information on how to get involved in this special day.

Check out some of the fun last year!