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Autism Youth Sports League
San Dimas
(626) 251-3417 OR (909) 973-3873
www.autismyouthsportsleague.org
For ages 4-18 yrs. Offers year round traditional sports including baseball, bowling, hip hop, flag football, soccer, cheerleading and basketball. Some programs offer sibling inclusion.

Big Fun Therapy & Recreational Services
Scats Diamond Elite, 14040 Central Avenue, Chino
www.bigfungymnastics.com
1 (877) 244-3868 or (310)-837-7849
Offers recreational and therapy services for children and adolescents with special needs. Offers occupational and physical. A unique program which combines therapy, social and peer interaction, sensory integration, and gymnastics progressions. They also offer swimming, martial arts, and after school enhancement programs.

Bill’s Special Kids
Moreno Valley
(951) 242-7261 plosner@aol.com
www.billsspecialkids.com
For special kids ages 5-18. Baseball, bowling, basketball and soccer all year round. Dance on Tuesday nights.

Disability Sports Festival- Cal State San Bernardino
5500 University Parkway, San Bernardino, CA 92407
Aaron Moffett (909-537-5357) or amoffett@csusb.edu
http://web.me.com/vallesa/DisAbilitySports/Welcome.html
The festival is the first Saturday in October from 9am-3:30pm. For individuals with disabilities including physical disabilities, autism, cognitive disabilities, and sensory impairments. . Participation in the festival is FREE for people of all ages and levels of physical fitness. Participants and volunteers receive breakfast, lunch, and t-shirt. Individuals are able to choose from a variety of sports for the participants including archery, basketball (standup and wheelchair basketball), kayaking, wall climbing, tennis (standup and wheelchair tennis), cycling (tandem, single, and hand cycling), developmental motor activities for young children, dance, yoga goal ball, judo, swimming, and soccer.

E.E.K. Fitness (Exceptionally Excited Kids)
San Jacinto & Hemet
http://eekandfriends.com/
Erica Sandoval, Co-Executive Director (951) 375-6906 or e-mail eekfitness@yahoo.com.
E.E.K. is a nonprofit organization for all special needs individual’s ages 2- 25. E.E.K. involves exercise, play, socializing, non-competitive games, and nutrition to encourage children and adults with special challenges into optimum condition within their disabilities. Offers a Basketball Program for Kids and Young Adults with Disabilities on Saturdays. Cops 4 Kids meets every Friday in September, October, and November. They work on shadow boxing, using weight machines, and playing various games. New classes are seasonal basketball, seasonal baseball, and seasonal swimming, with year-round bowling. Look at website for a volleyball class, dates to be determined. Private pay, no insurance.

Up & Movin’ Pediatric Physical Therapy
6180 Brockton Ave. Suite 202, Riverside (951) 684-6500
www.upandmovintherapy.com
Besides offering physical, speech and occupational therapy, Offers yoga classes, dance Classes, Fitness For Kids, Language & Literacy Classes, Social Skills Groups, Cooking & Eating For The Picky Eater, Handwriting & Crafts, Sensory Exploration & Motor Skills Development and Toddler Play & Move. Accepts over 20 different insurances.

Special Olympics
(562) 938-7672 Headquarters
http://www.sosc.org/Page.aspx?pid=421 For Southern California http://www.sosc.org/Page.aspx?pid=321 For Riverside/ San Bernardino Region
Special Olympics is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people eight years of age and older with intellectual disabilities, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in a sharing of gifts, skills and friendships with their families, other Special Olympics athletes and the community. Three levels of sports competition in Southern California: Area (Local) games, Regional games, and Championships Visit the website for nearby programs. Free to the public, accepts donations. Please refer to websites for emails and contact information specific to area.

U.S. Adaptive Recreation
Big Bear
(909) 584-0269
www.usarc.org
Must make reservations well in advance. Offers a 2 day, 2 night water sport program. Camp, fish, and water sports. One week in August. For winter sports programs see website.

Victorville City Parks and Recreation – V.I.P. Sport Sampler
14973 Joshua Street, Victorville Westwinds Activity Center & Hook Community Center, Victorville (760) 245-5551
WWW.Victorvillesports.com [click on : “REC PAGES” to download class schedule]
Fun, non-competitive, active sport sampling for mobile special education children, ages 5-18. All disabilities welcome. Children will learn skills and play a short game. Session will include T-ball, basketball, and soccer. Volunteer coaches and assistants are needed.