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Adaptive Recreation

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REACH for Resources

This adaptive recreation program is a cooperative effort of REACH for Resources and the cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Chanhassen, Chaska, Golden Valley, Plymouth, Maple Grove and St. Louis Park. REACH is a nonprofit organization that supports individuals with developmental disabilities and their families in western Hennepin County and eastern Carver County. Services include adaptive recreation, independent living support, case management and counseling.

NOTE: If you are not a resident of the above communities, you are considered a non-resident and an extra $8 is applied to the registration fee.

Inclusion support

REACH for Resources provides inclusion support to children and adults with disabilities who would like to participate in their city's park and recreation programs. Registration for these programs is done through your Parks and Recreation Department. Inclusion support through REACH is offered in the cities of Brooklyn Center, Brooklyn Park, Chaska, Chanhassen, Crystal, Golden Valley, New Hope and St. Louis Park. After registering, contact REACH for Resources to discuss the needs/accommodations for yourself or your child. Allow a minimum of two weeks' notice for a successful inclusion.

Adaptive recreation programs 

A wide variety of adaptive programs and events are offered, including sports, social activities, dances and weekend getaways. The programs are designed to:

  • Encourage physical fitness
  • Build social and team-building skills
  • Help individuals gain confidence
  • Provide breaks for caregivers

Visit the Reach for Resources website for more information and to register or call REACH at 952.200.3030.