Camps and Recreation

camps and recreation

recreation opportunities for people with disabilities

Framingham Parks and Rec Fall 2014 information

Flier for Framingham Parks and Rec Programs

Please note the image which denotes inclusion classes and info at the bottom of the flier which reads, “The Town of Framingham values inclusion. When seen next to a program, this symbol notates that people with and without disabilities are welcome to register. The Town of Framingham intends to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act,. If you need a reasonable modification of policies, auxiliary aides, or services, please contact us at least two weeks before the event or as soon as possible. If necessary, parents or aides are welcome to attend with participants.”

Activity Resource Guide 2011

Recreational Opportunities for People with

Recreational & Sports Organization Links for Persons with Disabilities

Access Info for Travel in Massachusetts from Mass Travel and Tourism

camp resources

Selecting a Camp

Summer Planning for Children with Special Needs from the Federation for Children with Special Needs

Question and Answer Guide on Special Education Extended School Year

Federation for Children with Special Here you will find links to over 200 camp web sites serving children with disabilities, as well as useful information and resources to help create a rewarding summer camp experience for you and your child. Choose from the links below to get started.

Resources for Children with Special – Big guide of camps, based in NY the list is for most of New England

List of Science Camps for Blind Students

List of Camps for Blind or Visually Impaired Children

American Camp Association – 781.541.6080

Morgan’s – is located in San Antonio, Texas. It is the World’s First Ultra Accessible Family Fun Park designed specifically for children and adults with special needs, their family members, caregivers, friends and the entire community. This 25-acre park is a unique oasis, that through the spirit of inclusion, allows people of all abilities to play, learn and share life changing experiences together, in a fun and safe environment.

NOTE:  F-SEPAC is providing the information above for educational purposes as a public service.

References to any treatment, program, or professional are not endorsements.