The Baltimore City Department of Recreation and Parks believes that recreation and leisure are important to the lives of all the citizens of Baltimore. We facilitate events and coordinate special programming that offers recreational activities and tournaments for people with disabilities. In addition, all of our recreation centers and special facilities are available to serve children and adults with disabilities. We ask the interested applicants complete an assessment form provided by community recreation centers and we ask that their notice be given for special accommodation needs.
Wheelchair sports, day programs for young adults and seniors with disabilities, ceramics program, special Olympics, high school soccer, Saturday night social club, seasonal day time socials, 2nd annual spring fling kids carnival, special Olympics track and field, special Olympics 5 on 5 outdoor soccer, special Olympics spring bocce program, community bocce league, tennis program, wheelchair softball, competitive summer wiffle ball league, camp variety for children with disabilities, camp variety for young adults w/developmental disabilities, camp variety seniors camp, 7th annual Baltimore city wheelchair bocce tournament (note: this is an "inclusion" tournament meaning that both people with and without disabilities.)
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