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Adaptive Recreational Resources

Accessible ramp into pool at Avery Aquatic Center

STANFORD RESOURCES

Arrillaga Center for Sports & Recreation (ACSR)

ACSR makes an effort to better serve individuals with disabilities by making adaptive equipment available at the ACSR Fitness Center. Current equipment includes a Nu-Step recumbent bike/upper body ergometer, Sci-Fit bike/upper ergometer and various gloves and attachments for using weights. For additional information or assistance, please contact Rachel Abair at (650) 498-0762 or rabair@stanford.edu.

Avery Aquatic Center

Avery Aquatic Center has open swim sessions, and accessible locker rooms and a wheelchair lift are available. Contact the center for additional details/arrangements.
(650) 725-0725


COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Abilities United- Aquatics for All (Palo Alto)

Abilities United has information regarding the wheelchair accessible, indoor pool at the Betty Wright Swim Center which is open to everyone in the community. The center delivers quality aquatic rehabilitation, fitness and recreation services.
(650) 494-1480
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Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors (BAADS)

BAADS is based at Pier 40 in San Francisco and provides sailing instruction and boat accessibility for people with any degree of disability at any level of sailing ability. Outings are scheduled every weekend, rain or shine, and are listed in BAADS’s online events calendar.
(415) 281-0212

Bay Area Hiker

Bay Area Hiker has information regarding all-access and easy trails in the San Francisco Bay Area.

Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP)

BORP in Berkeley offers a number of competitive sports programs, as well as outdoor adventures, family outings and integrated cycling.
Weekly and monthly listings of planned activities
(510) 849-4663
info@borp.org

City of San Jose- Department of Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services

Department of Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services houses The Office of Therapeutic Services which offers city-wide adapted sports, social recreation and mental health day rehabilitation programs. For a list of all access recreation classes, click here.
(408) 535-3570

Environmental Traveling Companions (ETC)

ETC in San Francisco offers whitewater rafting, sea kayaking and cross-country skiing adventures for people of all ages with mobility, vision or hearing impairments; emotional or developmental disabilities; or serious illnesses. ETC books trips for agencies, schools and individuals with special needs, along with their families and friends.
(415) 474-7662

Redwood City Accessible Recreation

Redwood City Accessible Recreation offers afternoon programs Monday-Friday for individuals with differing abilities ages 8 and up.
(650) 780-7000
mail@redwoodcity.org

United States Power Soccer Association (USPSA)

USPSA's mission and hope is that all persons with disabilities who use power wheelchairs will have the opportunity to play and experience power soccer. If you are interested in playing with any of the eight teams that are located in Northern California, contact the USPSA for more information.