Spring Recreation Guide 2020

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Adapted Social Recreation – Adult Join us for a social recreation program for adults with disabilities. Support staff are asked to attend, if one to one support is required. FLEETWOOD Drop in for $3.75 19yrs+ Wednesdays, Ongoing 6:30pm–8:30pm Fleetwood Community Centre

Swim Adapted - One to One - Family as Support Enjoy swimming lessons together with your child that are designed for children with disabilities. Participants will learn the Red Cross Swim program at your child’s individual rate in a welcoming, inclusive environment. Family member or guardian must provide in-water support during each lesson and be a minimum of 15 years. SOUTH 5 Sessions $45 May 30 Sa 9:30am–10am 22111 4-7yrs Sa 10am–10:30am 22112 7-9yrs Sa 10:30am–11 am 22113 8-10yrs Sa 11am–11:30 am 22114 9-12yrs Sa 11:30am–12 pm 22115 13-18yrs Sa 12pm–12:30 pm 22116 13-18yrs South Surrey Indoor Pool NEWTON 9 Sessions $81 Apr 26 Su 9am–9:30am 25490 4-7yrs Su 9:30am–10am 25491 7-9yrs Su 10am–10:30am 25494 8-10yrs Su 10:30am–11am 25499 9-12yrs Su 11:30am–12pm 25500 13-18yrs Su 12pm–12:30pm 25501 13-18yrs Newton Recreation Centre Register for 9 sessions or pick your days! NEWTON 1 session $3.75 19yrs+ W 6:30pm–8:30pm Apr 8 W 6:30pm–8:30pm Apr 15 W 6:30pm–8:30pm Apr 22 W 6:30pm–8:30pm Apr 29 W 6:30pm–8:30pm May 6 W 6:30pm–8:30pm May 13 W 6:30pm–8:30pm May 20 W 6:30pm–8:30pm May 27 W 6:30pm–8:30pm Jun 3 W 6:30pm–8:30pm Jun 10 W 6:30pm–8:30pm Jun 17 Newton Seniors Centre IF YOU REQUIRE SUPPORT IN THE POOL FOR SWIM LESSONS OR PUBLIC SWIM A volunteer, caregiver, family member, or external staff of at least 15 years of age can attend lessons or public swim at no cost to provide additional in-water support for individuals who require physical, cognitive, behavioral, sensory and/or social integration assistance. For lessons please inform a pool supervisor upon registration and for public swim prior to entry to pool.

Accessibility and Inclusion offers a variety of programs and support for individuals with disabilities to get involved and take part in an active and healthy lifestyle. HEALTHY COMMUNITIES ACCESSIBILITY AND INCLUSION 604-502-6325  13450 104 Avenue Fax: 604-502-6315 | inclusion@surrey.ca Check out some of our services! Supported and integrated programs for children, youth and adults with disabilities; Resources and referral services. Community Partners

Floor Hockey Drop in floor hockey is offered in partnership with Community Living

British Columbia. Participants must use the sticks that are provided. All abilities welcome. GUILDFORD Drop in $2.50 19yrs+ Tuesday 12:30pm–3pm Guildford Recreation Centre

Looking for the next step and more opportunities to play wheelchair basketball? Contact BC Wheelchair Basketball Society at info@bcwbs.ca

Looking for the next step and more opportunities to get active in wheelchair tennis, wheelchair rugby and athletics? Contact BC Wheelchair Sports Association at info@bcwheelchairsports.com

Looking for the next step and more opportunities to play sledge hockey, power soccer and boccia? Visit the SportAbility website at sportabilitybc.ca



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Looking for a new, fun and challenging game that involves speed, finesse and team work? Come try Canada’s National Summer Sport on Wheels - Lacrosse. Contact the BC Lacrosse Association - dave@bclacrosse.com The Surrey United Super Soccer Adaptive Program is a co-ed program aimed at joining children and youth so that everyone can play, barrier-free. For more information, contact Surrey United SC at: executivevp2@surreyunitedsoccer.com Community Living BC (CLBC), is a provincial crown agency that delivers supports and services to adults with developmental disabilities and their families in BC. CLBC works to create communities where people with developmental disabilities have more choices about how they live, work and contribute. Surrey Parks Recreation and Culture, in partnership with the Surrey Association for Community Living (SACL) offers support in recreation programs for children and youth with disabilities who typically meet one or more of the following criteria: Additional support or assistance is required at home and/or school for basic care. A physical, developmental and/or learning disability exists that effects the safety of the participant in a program. The participant is currently associated with a support agency. Semiahmoo House Society exists to provide quality services and support to people with disabilities and their families in the community. Recreation and Leisure Services at Semiahmoo House offers a wide range of recreational programs adapted to the unique needs and abilities of youths and adults with disabilities.

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