Pasadena Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation
The City of Pasadena Human Services and Recreation Department is committed to providing safe, enjoyable, and inclusive recreation opportunities for all abilities.
For information about Inclusion Services or Adult Adaptive Recreation, contact the PAIR office at (626) 744-4782 or email@example.com.
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Servicios de Inclusión
Adult Adaptive Recreation
Adult adaptive recreation classes and excursions offer adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to develop social skills, interact with peers, discover talents and interests, and explore the local community.
For more information about current offerings, check out the Adaptive Recreation information in the Adult section of the City of Pasadena Recreation Guide.
Saturdays, 10:00-11:30 AM @ Victory Park
Join us for arts and crafts, games, and music for adults with disabilities. The purpose of this program is to encourage peer relationships, increase self-esteem and further independence through recreational activities.
Tuesdays, 6:00-8:00 PM @ Victory Park
Are you a planner who loves new experiences? This class offers adults with disabilities the opportunity to plan and implement various recreational projects, trips, and activities for themselves. Fees for specific trips and activities may be required in addition to the class registration fee.
Wednesdays 6:00-7:30 PM @ Victory Park
Express yourself! This class provides opportunities for adults with disabilities to express themselves through art. Instructors include an experienced art specialist and an instructor assistant. Participants will explore their artistic skills through drawing and writing. Materials and supplies are included in the fee.
Excursions provide exciting opportunities to explore the local community by attending events and visiting attractions throughout the year. Previous excursions have included the Mayor’s Annual Holiday Tree Lighting, Black History Festival, and Parks After Dark.
Excursions are typically 2-4 hours in duration and take place within the geographic area that Dial-A-Ride operates. Transportation is arranged on behalf of participants who take Dial-A-Ride, so long as registration is received by the deadline. The staff to participant ratio ranges from 1:6 to 1:10, depending on the nature of the excursion.
More information about upcoming excursions is available in the Adaptive Recreation portion of the Adult section of the City of Pasadena Recreation Guide.