A recreational social night for adults with diverse abilities. The group participates in a variety of enriching activities at the Y and engaging field trips within the community. Meet friends, have fun, and develop a healthy active lifestyle, all while building confidence and self-esteem!
Our Adaptive Ability Gymnastics class provides gymnastics instruction for children with developmental and/or orthopedic challenges. The class, taught by a certified special education gymnastics coach, is small in size with a small gymnast-to-coach ratio.
A fun, non-competitive aquatics program for participants with developmental challenges. This advanced small group lesson will continue to build confidence and socialization in a one to three ratio. Participants should be able to swim five feet unassisted and be comfortable on their back. Skills and techniques covered include water safety, swim, float swim for five feet assisted or unassisted, back float, and submerge head under water. Participants will be separated into appropriate age groups. Each participant will need to complete an intake packet prior to the beginning of the session.
A fun, non-competitive aquatics program for children and adults with developmental challenges. This beginner class is one-on-one with your instructor to help build confidence and experience in the water based on individualized goals. These classes will include water safety, swim, float swim for five feet assisted or unassisted, back float, and submerge head under water. Each participant will need to complete an intake packet prior to the beginning of the session. Links will be sent directly to the parent/guardian for program registration.
Program participants will engage in enriching, and intentionally curated fine and gross motor recreational activities each session. Activities will support social skill development, build confidence and self-esteem, and promote pride and success through achievement while in a supportive, fun, and nurturing environment. Our program is designed to provide a positive experience for children and adults with developmental and social disabilities while also providing temporary relief and respite for families and caregivers.