The Parks and Recreation Department offers adaptive recreation programs for youth and young adults with cognitive and/or physical disabilities. These recreation programs provides an opportunity to participate in games, sports, activities and recreation leagues/classes.
Participants will be introduced to the game of basketball, learning new skills and techniques through fun games and drills. Camp will promote sportsmanship, physical activity, peer interaction and having fun playing basketball.
Participate in fun-filled games of bowling at Sun Ray Lanes! Participants will the importance of sportsmanship, physical activity, and peer interaction in a fun atmosphere. During each session, an adult guardian is required to be on on-site assisting their participant. Participants receive two games of bowling each Saturday.
Woodbury Parks and Recreation is excited to offer an adaptive craft class for youth with disabilities. This program will focus on different crafts, games, and activities. During each session, an adult guardian is required to be on-site assisting their participant.
Join us along with our friends from the Family Achievement Center for four weeks of fun-filled evenings! We will guide youth with cognitive and/or physical challenges in a variety of sports and activities including kickball, baseball, bowling, and more.
Participants will be introduced to the game of volleyball, learning new skills and techniques through fun games and drills. EMML volleyball camp promotes sportsmanship, physical activity, peer interaction, and having fun playing volleyball.
Volunteers are essential in helping to provide adaptive recreation participants with quality programs. Our volunteers will have the opportunity to interact with youth of all abilities and participate alongside them during their favorite recreational activities. With a volunteer’s help, participants receive more individualized attention and are better able to enjoy activities that improve motor and socialization skills, as well as self-esteem.