Accessible Recreation Program
Tier One: Inclusion
Tier Two: Adaptive Programming and Events
Tier Three: Transition Support
Inclusion Process Flowchart
Coral Gables, a Model of Inclusion
Social Club for Adults with Disabilities
Join us for an evening of fun!
Every First Thursday of the month
GIG-Gifts in Golf Special Golf Program
This special needs program utilizes SNAG equipment, and offers four basic golf swing skills along with golf games and contests.
Thursdays, 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Fee: $150 (Includes instruction, equipment rental, refreshments, and awards.)
Sensory Friendly Movie Screening
Join us at the Coral Gables Art Cinema for a Sensory Friendly showing of Liyana – An uplifting and genre-defying film not to be missed.
Saturday, May 18, 2019
This event is a family friendly event for all ages.
Event includes: Popcorn & small drink. The Cinema auditorium will have lights turned slightly up and the sound turned slightly down. A quiet space and headphones will be made available as needed.
Limited seating available. Register in advance at the War Memorial Youth Center, or online at playgables.com, to get your complimentary tickets!
For additional information call
Junior Golf Inclusive & Adaptive Summer Camp
Campers will be paired in groups based on age and skill level. This camp is taught by PGA Golf Professionals and is designed to meet the needs of junior golfers of all abilities. Campers will participate in different types of contests and games while learning swing and shot techniques, golf rules, tournament play, and participate in Golf Olympics.
Registration is open to participants with or without disabilities. All participants must register at the Youth Center.
Monday - Friday
Week 1: June 10 - June 14
Half Day Weekly Fee: $225
Adult Services and PLAY for All are joining forces to bring an all-new, all ages, all abilities, family friendly program to the Adult Activity Center. Boccia is a unique sport that was specifically designed to create competitive equity between players with and without impairments that affect motor skills. Players on opposing teams score points by propelling colored balls closest to a target ball on a long, narrow, indoor playing court. In Boccia, all participants play seated, whether in a wheelchair or not. Balls can be propelled by throwing, kicking, or utilizing a ramp — making the game an extremely adaptable sport for players of all ability levels.
This program will provide participants with everything needed to start playing Boccia, including rules, drills, strategies, and all equipment (balls, chairs, and ramps). No experience needed.
No registration is required.