Recreational Resources

  • Beach Wheelchairs
    http://www.coastal.ca.gov/access/beach-wheelchairs.html

    Beach Wheelchairs are equipped with large, wide wheels which can roll across the sand without sinking requiring users to be accompanied by someone pushing them, although several California locations offer motorized chairs which may be self-propelled.
  • Bowling - Super Sports Bowling
  • Casa Colina Centers for Rehabilitation
    255 East Bonita Ave, PO Box 6001, Pomona CA, 91769-6001
    http://www.casacolina.org
    rehab@casacolina.org
    Phone: 866-724-4127
    Fax: 909-593-0153

    Casa Colina is a non-profit, freestanding, community-governed organization. With incredible support from our community, we have been privileged to bring the benefits of rehabilitation to disabled people.
  • Garden Grove Sports and Recreation Center
    13641 Deodara Drive, Garden Grove CA,
    http://www.ci.garden-grove.ca.us/commserv/sportscenter
    Phone: 714-889-5782

    Offer year-round programs that provide a full range of opportunities for life enrichment, self improvement, personal growth, and artistic expression. Programs include youth and adult sports, excursions, and activities for senior citizens.
  • Goodwill Fitness Center
    1601 E. St. Andrew Place, Santa Ana CA, 92703
    http://www.ocgoodwill-fitnesscenter.org
    Phone: 714-361-6180

    Goodwill of Orange County provides service and support to adults and seniors living with disabilities and other barriers. Their goal is to improve their physical fitness and strength to promote the highest degree of independence.
  • Horseback Riding - Anaheim Equestrian Center Therapeutic Riding Program
    1370 S. Sanderson Ave, Anaheim CA, 92806
    http://www.ranchodelriostable.com
    Phone: 714-292-3563

    Goal is to educate the importance and benefit of a city stable to the health of its community and to provide access to an Equestrian Center for everyone, young and old, who wish to learn more about horses.
  • Horseback Riding - Back Bay Therapeutic Riding Club
    20262 Cypress St, Newport Beach CA, 92660
    http://www.backbaytrc.org
    backbayridingclub@yahoo.com
    Phone: 949-474-7329

    The Back Bay Therapeutic Riding Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing an avenue to improve the bodies, minds and spirits of adults with physical and or developmental disabilities, through therapeutic horseback riding lessons and other unique activities.
  • Horseback Riding - Shea Thearapeutic Riding Center
    26284 Oso Road, San Juan Capistrano CA,
    http://www.sheacenter.org
    Phone: 949-240-8441

    The Shea Center offers classes that focus on a broad range and combination of disabilities. These classes fall under the general term 'therapeutic riding' but each class is a sophisticated program developed to address the needs of that small group.
  • National Center on Physical Activity and Disability
    1640 W. Roosevelt Road , Chicago IL, 60608-6904
    http://www.ncpad.org
    Phone: 800-900-8086, 312-35

    NCPAD is an information center concerned with physical activity and disability.
  • Nifty After Fifty
    12572 Valley View St , Garden Grove CA, 92845
    http://www.niftyafterfifty.com
    Phone: 800-928-0867

    A full service state-of-the-art fitness center offering a unique array of empowering services to help you look and feel great. Their low cost fitness memberships include clinically supervised full-body training with one of our highly skilled fitness coaches including a personalized nutritional program combining sensible weight management and dietary consulting.
  • Ocean Rowing Projects
    3350 E 7th st #231 , Long Beach CA, 90804
    http://www.rowoflife.com/CARP.html
    Phone: (562)4348334

    Adaptive Rowing is rowing/sculling for the differently abled.
  • Orange Coast College Adaptive PE Program
    1049 Regatta Run , Costa Mesa CA, 92627
    http://www.orangecoastcollege.edu/student_services/special_services
    Phone: 714-432-5528

    Adapted Physical Education classes are designed for physically disabled persons who can benefit from individualized exercise programs. Students are encouraged to maximize their physical potential within the limitations of their disabilities.
  • Saddleback College Adapted Kinesiology Program (Exercise classes for individuals with disabilities)
    http://www.saddleback.edu/dsps/adapted-kinesiology

    Provides individuals with disabilities such as arthritis, blindness and visual impairments, brain injury, cardiovascular and respiratory conditions, cerebral palsy chronic back/neck and other orthopedic conditions, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease, work one on one with a student assistant, work in small or large group. Once an assessment is completed, students are given a Personal Exercise Plan and begin working towards their class goals.
  • Swimming -- RIO Rehabilitation Institute
    1800 E. La Veta, Orange CA, 92866
    https://riorehab.org/
    Phone: 714-633-7400 x241

    RIO Adult Day Health Care is designed for adults experiencing a decrease in functioning primarily due to a brain injury, stroke, dementia, developmental disability, psychiatric disability, or other neurological condition. The 2 objectives of the program are: (1) to restore or maintain optimal capacity for self care, and (2) to delay or prevent inappropriate institutionalization.