Skating

ASkate
http://askate.org/events
They travel around the United States to provide one on one skate lessons for persons with autism in an environment that is appropriate to their sensory needs in order to learn. We provide this service at no cost to the families who participate. We also provide the skateboard gear and safety equipment (helmets, skateboards, and pads) for the participants to use during their skate session. We strive to make the experience as incredibly successful for the participant as possible! We work with children ages 3 to adulthood. Please be sure to make a note of age and weight if your child is over 100lbs so that we can make sure to have 2 volunteers on hand to work with them! Check their calendar of upcoming events.

skateboarding

CIty of Riverside Adaptive Ice Skating
https://apm.activecommunities.com/riversideprcsd/Activity_Search/44282
Held at Icetown in Riverside
The program encourages skaters to learn the sport of skating for physical recreation and activity while taking limitations into consideration. Open to participants with down syndrome, autism, are blind, deaf and more. Note: Bicycle helmets and gloves are required. Knee pads are recommended. If skaters have a therapist or aide, they will be accommodated. Please arrive 30 minutes early on the first day of class. Notes: Bicycle helmets and gloves are required. Knee pads are recommended. If skaters have a therapist or aide, they will be accommodated. Please arrive 30 minutes early on the first day of class. Standard registration opens Dec 1st. Ages: At least 8 but less than 18.  You must RSVP

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