Adaptive Recreation

Sports
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We offer sports programs for people with developmental disabilities ages 8 and older. Athletes enrolled in this program participate in practice twice a week, practice games with local city teams, and the possibility of regional tournaments. Practice consists of warm-ups, sport specific drills and games, and various team-building exercises. This program does not stress winning, but instead it focuses on the importance of positive attitudes, teamwork, and most importantly having fun in the process.

Basketball (Fall/Winter)
Soccer (Spring)
Softball (Summer) 

 
Soccer Adaptive Recreation




Day Camps
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During the summer, 7 weeks of camp are offered for participants with developmental disabilities ages 13 years and older. Each week has a different theme such as; Safari Adventures. The theme will be highlighted by crafts, games, and a field trip to a local attraction like the zoo. The participants will also go swimming at the lake once a week as long as it is not raining! Camps run Monday-Friday from 9am-4pm.

Trips and Tours

 

Trips and Tours are Saturday outings for participants with developmental disabilities ages 13 years and older. Typically, the outings last for 7 hours with drop off and pick up at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center. There will be one to two Trips and Tours events offered per month. Examples of a Trip and Tour include: Bowling and Movie day, Thunderbirds Game Nights, Roller Skating, and visiting museums and zoos.

Socials

Socials are offered on Monday evenings for participants with developmental disabilities ages 13 years and older. Currently participants go bowling at Kenmore Lanes one or two times a month to hang out with their friends both new and old! Participants are dropped off and picked up at the Old Redmond Schoolhouse Community Center.

 

Classes
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Martial Arts and Movements Class

A martial arts program specifically designed for participants with developmental disabilities ages 13 years and older. The class explores movements, techniques, breathing exercises, and self defense skills in a fun and welcoming environment.

Adaptive Recreation
Contact Us

If you have general questions about any of these programs please contact the Recreation Office at 425-556-2300.

If you would like to speak with the Coordinator for these programs you can email Barbe Eggerud at beggerud@redmond.gov or call her at 425-556-2330.

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