2017 Spring recreational activities in local service centers or organizations:
Verge Inclusive Athletics SPRING SEASON SIGN UP
Greater Boston / Greater Worcester
April 23 - June 25
N. CAMBRIDGE, Danehy Park - Mon & Wed 6:00-7:00pm
LEXINGTON Center Track - Sundays 10:00-11:00am
CONCORD, Emerson Field Track - Sundays 11:30-12:30pm
BOYLSTON, Tahanto Reg. HS Track - Sundays 1:30-2:30pm
May 6 - June 24
Location TBD (Peabody HS or Lynnfield MS) - Saturdays 10:00-11:00am
Belmont S.P.O.R.T. , Belmont
A year round program which provides activities for individuals with special needs. Participants of all ages and levels are welcome to enroll. The Towns of Belmont and Watertown, user fees and donations fund the program. Dedicated volunteers enable the S.P.O.R.T. Program to offer many outstanding programs at nominal fees. We promise continued excellence in recreation programming for individuals with special needs.
EMARC, Wakefield Phone: 781-587-2382 Email: Rec@theemarc.org www.theemarc.org
Special Olympic soccer, Splash Saturday, Adaptive Aquatics, Sibshops, music therapy, L.E.A.P leisure education adventure program, open gym night.
Newton Athletes , Newton Phone: (617) 796-1527 email: email@example.com
Track, swim, Weight training, Tighers, Yoga, Zumba, Soccer, Tennis, Golf, Challenger Baseball, Getaways, Theater, Horseback Riding
Kids in Disability Sports, Inc. ("K.I.D.S.") , Lowell Telephone: 866-712-7799 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.kidsinc.us
Baseball, Basket Ball, Bowling, Karate, Gymnastics, Swimming, Soccer, Golf, Special Events
Sudbury inclusive creation program , Sudbury
Soccer, Art exploration, Hip Hop Dance
Aspirations program for ASD, Sudbury
Music therapy, sensory Saturday, swim Saturday, Tennis, Craft, Teen Hang Out, Bowling, Early Release Swim
Friends for Tomorrow, Lincoln
Horse N' Buddy lessons are one-on-one and will meet one afternoon per week for 45 minutes, from 5:45 PM to 6:30 PM at host farm in Lincoln, Massachusetts. currently have limited opens on Monday through Thursday beginning March 30th for six weeks.
LS Youth Baseball-Challenger Division 2017, Sudbury
provide children with disabilities who are ages 6-22 with the opportunity to play baseball with the Sudbury Red Sox Challenger Team. Register online, LS Youth Baseball has generously offered to waive the registration fee. will play every Sunday starting April 30 to June 25th from 10:30-12 p.m. at Upper Featherland Field on Concord Road in Sudbury.
The Miracle League of MA, Acton
provide a safe and enjoyable baseball experience for children with cognitive, physical, emotional or behavioral disabilities between the ages of 5 and 22. Spring 2016 season will run from Saturday, April 30th through June 11th. Games will be played on Saturdays at 9:00, 10:15, 11:30, 12:45, 2:00 and 3:15. Games take about 60 minutes each. No fee to participate.
Nashoba Valley Unlimited Baseball, Ayer
The Nashoba Valley Unlimited Baseball Team is a team for children with special needs and is open to players age 4 and up from any community.Provide buddies, All games will be at Pirone Park in Ayer. Hats and shirts and all equipment will be provided, though players are welcome to bring their own gloves, helmets and bats if they so chose. Asking for a donation of $20 per player to help keep this program going strong. This is not mandatory for children to play. Schedule is in the link. here is Registration form.
If you are interested or have any questions please email at email@example.com Or call (978)302-0476
Spaulding Adaptive Sports, different areas
Rock climbing, horse riding, wheelchair basketball, golf
Autism Alliance of Metrowest, Framingham Tel: （508）6529500
Sibshop, Swim Sessions, Video gaming (a pre-teen social group), Friday Night Too (Adult social group);
Individual Autism Family Support Clinics, Solutions for parents
Autism Support Center, Danver Tel: （978) 777-9135
Autism Resource Central, West Boylston Tel: (508) 835-4278
Social group for teens and young adults,family fun & fitness, sibshop, April Vacation Fun
Friday Night Club, Boston
A Best Buddies style program organized by student groups from MIT, Harvard and BU that rotates Friday’s between the schools. The idea of FNC is to bring youth with special needs on campus and provide them with a safe environment to interact with students through a variety of fun activities. MIT Info: Web – https://www.facebook.com/MitProjectConnect MIT email – firstname.lastname@example.org, BU Email: email@example.com
Social Skills Club for Ages 12 – 20, Bolton
April 4th – May 9th, 2017. Cultivator’s Club is for adolescents ages 12-20 with mild to moderate impairment in social functioning due to Autism Spectrum Disorder, developmental disabilities, or communication disorder. Participants will:
● Learn and practice social skills to make and keep friends
● Complete group and independent tasks to practice working together and independently
● Learn to care for animals and plants to experience regulatory effects of engaging with animals and natural world
● Create art projects to engage creativity
*May also be appropriate for other clients- please contact to see if this group is appropriate for your child.
Fees apply, registration is required to www.cultivatecounselingcenter.com or contact Deb Madera, firstname.lastname@example.org, 978-440-0763