There really isn't a lot of extracurricular activities out there for kids with special needs. Here is one thing that I have found and I have always wanted to get Asia into-is a horse riding therapy program. Her older sister rides a horse and every time she sees her, a picture or a horse she says "on". She gets in the saddle, relaxes and just rides. She of course is being pulled around and someone is by her side but, she calms right down. After awhile she may say "done" but she has loved it. This may be very therapeutic. It could help with strengthening her muscles, motor skills, communication, concentration and other areas of need. As noted below by Hoofbeats, Asia never crawled and her disorder can show traits of someone with Autism-areas that riding has been shown to help with. Riding therapy would be great. This spring I will look into it again. I have found a couple of programs within my area (Utah county) but it would still be a drive. Her sisters horse is now in Northern Utah county so maybe I will check these ones out and possibly be scheduled at the same time?? Check out both of these sites-they list some great reasons for riding therapy.
There really is something to this type of therapy-The following was taken off of the Hoof Beats site.
Hoofbeats to Healing is dedicated to providing therapeutic horse back riding in Utah. Using an effective natural approach to therapeutic horse back riding via Missouri Fox Trotter horses. Based on the theory of Cross hemispheric integration. Which is if a child didn't crawl correctly their brain may not be mapped correctly.
Effective with disabilities including, but not limited to;