We have a wide range of adaptive recreation opportunities available for people of all abilities!
About adaptive recreation and inclusion services
We welcome people of all abilities to participate in our programs! Please let us know if you require an accommodation specific to a disability-related need, a behavioral support, an allergy, or other need for inclusion services. Please register early to allow adequate time to process requests.
The inclusion process is as follows:
- Register for program, indicating a need online or to the person taking your registration.
- If you are registering a new participant requesting inclusion services, you will be contacted to discuss strategies for inclusion and to gather participant information. Returning participants will be contacted as needed to determine inclusion services.
- Inclusion plans will be developed based on individual need. Inclusion staff come from the Brooklyn Park Recreation staff or Reach for Resources.
Adaptive recreation and community partnerships and opportunities
Reach for Resources
The adaptive recreation program for ages 5+ is a cooperative effort of Reach for Resources and the cities of Brooklyn Park, Brooklyn Center, Chanhassen, Golden Valley, Maple Grove, Plymouth, and St. Louis Park. Reach services include adaptive recreation, inclusion, case management, employment, independent living support, counseling and more.
For more information or to register for programs, call 952-393-5880 or visit their website.
Courage Kenny Adaptive Sports and Recreation
Adaptive sports offer barrier-free opportunities for you to explore new skills and sports programs. Courage Kenny offers both individual and team sports for people of all skill levels and age groups.
Courage Kenny worked in partnership with the City of Brooklyn Park to develop the only dedicated competitive wheelchair softball field in the five-state area. Todd Anderson field is located at Northwoods Park in Brooklyn Park.
For more information or to register for programs, call 612-775-2277, email CKRIsportsrecreation@allina.com, or visit their website.
St. David’s Adventure Program
Adventure is a Therapeutic Recreation program that offers community-based programming focusing on recreation, integration, and socialization for ages 10 and older with special needs. The program provides a fun, structured group environment to develop positive peer relationships and participate in group activities.
For more information and to register, contact the Central Office of Resources & Enrollment (CORE) at 952-548-8700, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit their website.