Adapted Basketball (8-12 yrs.) by Vendor

(8-12 yrs.) This JST Athletics class is for individuals with mild intellectual and developmental disabilities. Emphasis on the development of basketball skills including dribbling, passing, and shooting.


Adapted Dance Flow (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) This class for individuals with intellectual disabilities stimulates body awareness in a fun, creative way. Various dance styles, from hip-hop to line dancing, cultivate fine and gross motor skills, encourage attention, cooperation and self-expression in a safe, structured environment.


Adapted Deep Water Aqua Fitness 13+

This class is designed for individuals with intellectual disabilities who are comfortable in water depths over six feet. Classes provide personalized instruction focusing on water exercise and stroke development.


Adapted Fitness Training (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Designed for students who have mild intellectual disabilities who can participate in a class with a 4:1 ratio. Learn fitness and wellness skills in a fun and social environment. Class may include weight room exercises, team games, yoga, swimming, outdoor activities and nutrition instruction. Students must be able to ambulate independently.


Adapted Intro to Basic Strokes (8-Adult)

(8-Adult) Prerequisite: Students must be able to swim a minimum of 15 yards independently. This class is designed to prepare students with disabilities for more advanced competitive swimming and focuses on the basic steps and progressions of the four competitive strokes: front crawl, back crawl, breaststroke and butterfly.


Adapted One on One Swim Lessons (3-18 yrs.)

(3-18 yrs.) These swim lessons for children ages 3-18 with intellectual and developmental disabilities target individual skill levels. Children must leave parent willingly, be comfortable in the water, and be able to follow simple directions. With one-on-one swim lessons, an instructor can spend more time helping overcome obstacles which may require more time or dedication than a standard swim lesson.


Adapted Park Explorers (6-11 yrs)

(6-11 yrs.) See the best that our park has to offer with topics that fit your interests. Explore different features of the park with hands-on science and nature activities tailored to young people with disabilities. A different topic each month. Parents must be accessible during the program but are not required to register.


Adapted Soccer by Vendor (8-12 yrs)

(8-12 yrs) This JST Athletics class for individuals with mild intellectual disabilities provides basic instruction geared for beginning players. Emphasis is on development of soccer skills including kicking, dribbling and goal-keeping. Bring shin guards and a soccer ball. Classes held at schools are indoors using soft soccer balls and no not require cleats.


Adapted Sports and Fitness (13-Adult)

(13-Adult) Designed for participants with mild intellectual disabilities who can participate in a class with a 4:1 ratio. Learn safe and proper sports skills while enjoying the benefits of fitness conditioning and teamwork through a variety of activities such as beach ball volleyball, sports and games and outdoor activities.


Adapted Swimming 1 (6-12 yrs.)

(6-12 yrs.) This is a learn-to-swim class designed for students with disabilities. Students engage in activities to overcome fear and gain basic swimming and water safety skills. Skills include entering and exiting the water safely, blowing bubbles, floating and the introduction of arm and leg action with assistance. Parent/caregiver participation may be required.


Adapted Swimming 2 (6-12 yrs.)

(6-12 yrs.) Prerequisite: Swimming 1 or equivalent skill proficiency. This is a learn-to-swim class designed for students with disabilities. Students should be comfortable entering the water on their own, blowing bubbles, and using their arms and legs to swim with assistance. Skills include floating on both front and back, gliding and swimming without assistance. Parent/caregiver participation may be required.


Adapted Swimming 3 (6-12 yrs.)

(6-12 yrs.) Prerequisite: Swimming 2 or equivalent skill proficiency. This is a learn-to-swim class designed for students with disabilities. Students should be able to swim at least two body lengths without assistance. Skills include treading water, retrieving objects and swimming on both front and back without assistance. Parent/caregiver participation may be required.


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