Autism Spectrum Athletics (ASA)
Non-competitive seasonal sports programs. These programs are open to all children with Autism, Aspergers, Central Auditory Processing (CAPD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity (ADHD/ADD) and other related disorders. ASA utilizes traditional sports to develop sports knowledge, physical motor skills, independence and socialization skills. This is a primarily a non competitive sports league, but does offer mild competitive sports program for older high functioning children. Winter season sports: Basketball, bowling; Spring Season Sports: Baseball/Tball; Fall Season Sports: Flag Football and soccer.
Bill’s Special Kids
(951) 242-7261 firstname.lastname@example.org
For special kids ages 5-18. The program offers Pony Baseball, Basketball, Bowling, Dance and Soccer in the belief that if you teach young people to play by the rules, they will learn to live by the rules of everyday life.
Desert Fitness Collective
Sports and recreational activities that are fun, competitive, and rewarding for individuals with special needs or disabilities. Through community partnerships we are able offer a comprehensive list of unique programs and events. DFC is a fitness studio located in Palm Desert designed to meet the fitness needs of individuals of all abilities. DFC comprises advanced athletes, seniors, special needs individuals and anyone wanting to achieve optimal health.
Desert Recreational District
Through community partnerships we are able offer a comprehensive list of unique programs and events.
Kick with Nick – Our Nicholas Foundation
Kick with Nick runs end of August 20, 2018 for 8 weeks at Paloma del Sol Park for ages 4 – 20 years old. For Peer Players it is from 8 and up. Sessions will be from 5:30-6:30pm. Kick with Nick is provided for FREE, no costs to players. A ball, uniform and trophy party are all included 🙂 Peer Players and Coaches receive free apparel too! For more information, ONFSoccer@gmail.com.
Palms to Pines Parasports
The purpose of Palms to Pines Parasports is to create a more-inclusive society by providing competitive and recreational opportunities focusing on people with physical disabilities, simultaneously working with athletes with other disabilities while instilling a lifelong passion for wellness, helping everybody realize their full potential. Offers adaptive classes in basketball, volleyball, soccer, bocci, table tennis, pickleball, archery, and guided meditation.
Rancho Cucamonga Parks & Rec/Special Olympics
Special Olympics provides FREE sports training and athletic competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities, giving them the opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage and experience friendship. Rancho Cucamonga IncredABLES Soccer programs runs August – November at Ralph M. Lewis Park (7898 Elm St.) from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. For more information about Special Olympics visit Special Olympics Inland Empire
TOPSOCCER program for the Temecula Valley’s youth who are mentally and/or physically challenged. TOPSoccer is designed to bring the opportunity of learning and playing soccer to our many disabled young athletes. The program is structured for athletes 4 years of age and older. TOPSoccer stresses player development rather than competition. Athletes are placed on teams according to ability, not by age. Spring Season 2013 date: April 5th – May 24th n Fridays 5:00-6:00 at Pala Park . Registration Fee: $25.00 (includes uniform for new players) Fall Season 2012 dates September 7th – October 26th. Fridays 5:00-6:00 at Pala Park. Registration Fee: $45.00, includes uniform, trophy and end of season party.
Jurupa AYSO Region 462http://www.ayso462.org/vip/
La Quinta www.laquintasoccer.com
The AYSO Very Important Players (VIP) Program provides a quality soccer
experience for children and adults whose physical or mental disabilities
make it difficult to successfully participate on mainstream teams.
Murrieta Youth Soccer League – TOPS Program
Coached by A Place for All Pieces http://www.aplaceforallpieces.org/soccer2.html
Murrieta Youth Soccer League has completed registration for the Fall 2018 TOPSoccer Program. Jeff Kirshberg will be coaching the team again. Games will begin in September and end in November, and will be played on Friday nights at Los Alamos Sports Park. Registration for the Fall 2019 TOPSoccer Program will begin in May 2019. The TOPSoccer program can accommodate only 20 players, so space is limited.
Victorville City Parks and Recreation – V.I.P. Sport Sampler
14973 Joshua Street, Victorville Westwinds Activity Center & Hook Community Center, Victorville (760) 245-5551
https://www.victorvilleca.gov/government/city-departments/community-services/recreation/sports [click on : “REC PAGES” to download class schedule] Fun, non-competitive, active sport sampling for mobile special education children, ages 5-18. All disabilities welcome. Children will learn skills and play a short game. Session will include T-ball, basketball, and soccer. Volunteer coaches and assistants are needed.
Autism Society Options Policy
This Resource Guide was developed to provide families and professionals with an opportunity to find resources related to autism in the Inland Empire in one place.
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