Autism Youth Sports League
909-284-8989 or 626-251-3417
Hilda Alvarez Se Habla Espanol 626-327-1614
For ages 2 – 18 yrs. Offers year round traditional sports including baseball, bowling, hip hop, flag football, soccer, cheerleading and basketball. Some programs offer sibling inclusion.
Fierce All Stars
8333 Rochester Ave, Rancho Cucamonga
(909) 945-0290 Shelby Magelsen
A competitive cheerleading company that offers children with special needs an opportunity to compete. Takes children 5 yrs old though college. Sponsorships for competitions and uniforms. $45/month donation. Practice 5-6 pm Monday nights. New kids get 1-2 practices free
High Desert Cheer Special Needs All Star
Cheerleading squad for boys and girls ages 5 yrs and older. Team participates in competitions. Private pay.
38444 Sky Canyon Dr Murrieta
We are proud to announce the startup of our special needs class. This is our first ever program for special athletes with a variety of special needs. This class is open to all ages and skill levels. With adult coaches and senior athlete helpers, special athletes will get the attention they need and the opportunity to be part of a family here at INTENSITY ALL STARS! This class and our instructors provide social interaction, a positive environment, an energetic workout, and improved coordination all while building self-confidence and having fun. Thursday 4:30PM-5:30PM
Pop Warner Challenger Cheer
CHINO – www.Chinopopwarner.org Mariza (909)519-9998
FONTANA – www.fontanapopwarner.org
Registration is just $50.00 per child and includes an entire season of football or cheer, a trophy, jersey, team pictures, bowl games, and end of year party! Challenger Division follows Pop Warner Flag Football Rules with modifications as noted in Rules. All children ages 5-16 who are currently enrolled in school with physical or mental disabilities. Level of play based on size, age and skill level are recommended where numbers allow.
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