Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic all Adapted Recreation classes and activities are closed through September 2020.
Recreational Opportunities for Individuals with Special Needs
Plano Parks and Recreation Adapted Recreation programs offer recreational opportunities for individuals with special needs from 12 months to over 60 years of age. Programs are offered year round and provide a variety of activities such as; fitness, crafts and fine arts, education, outings and a variety of other programs that meet the needs of children/teens and adults with disabilities. Most classes are held at Liberty Recreation Center, 2601 Glencliff Drive. Although these programs are recreational, there are many benefits that are inherent within each of the programs. They stress social interaction, self-direction, speech and language and community involvement. These recreational programs provide a safe environment, respite for parents and caregivers, and learning through a variety of classes. Staff and volunteers are there to assist each participant in getting the most out of each program they attend.
Fun Activities for Kids
Plano Adapted Recreation offers great classes for younger kids to stay active and socialize with others. What a perfect way for kids with any kind of delays to increase gross motor skills, strengthen hand eye coordination, body awareness, discipline, and self-esteem. Each child will progress at a rate which they are most comfortable and modifications will be made for any child that should need them. Opens a New Window.
Come join us for these fun outings that increase socialization. Whether it’s a dinner or sports outing, you are sure to have a great time with friends. C Opens a New Window.
Monthly Dance Club
Come have a fun night of dancing for ages 15 and up. This is a DJ led themed dance with light refreshments towards the end. The dance is held monthly from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Sam Johnson Recreation Center for Adults 50+, 401 W. 16th Street.Opens a New Window.
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Forms and Guidelines
We strive to take the best care of our participants. In doing that, we require all of our participants to have a participant intake form filled out before they start a class. This form helps the instructor know a little about the participant before they meet.
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Adapted Recreation welcomes volunteers ages 12 and up. Ages 12-13 must have a parent present to volunteer. Ages 14 and up can volunteer on their own. All volunteers must fill out a volunteer form, and all adults must pass a background check before volunteering. If you would like to become a volunteer please fill out the volunteer form below.
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