Adaptive Programming


Program fees are shown with $5 early bird discount if signed up before registration deadline.
Adaptive Swim School Adaptive group lessons are geared for children with physical or cognitive disabilities. Students will learn stroke techniques, water safety, self-confidence, and teamwork.  Parents, please note that our goal is to ensure that each child has the most successful experience possible and in order to do so the first day of classes will be an assessment of abilities.  There is a possibility that the time of your child’s class may change to the other adaptive time slot if the instructor feels it is a better fit for your child.

Recreation Center Indoor Pool
Fee $50 Resident, $60 Non-Resident
Ages 5-18
Times 4:00PM-low functioning, 4:35PM-high functioning

Session 1
January 23-February 15
30 min
Session 2
March 6-29
30 min
Session 3
April 17-May 10
30 min

boy-in-wheelchair-baseball Adaptive Youth Sports Program Children with a disability and their families will be able to look forward to programs such as baseball and volleyball as well as Special Olympics soccer, basketball and swim team. At each session our trained staff will help children with disabilities learn the foundation skills they need to play and feel successful with their friends, family and within the community.

Ages 5-16
Fee $50 Resident, $60 Non-Resident
January 5-31
December 30
February 2-28
January 26
March 22-28
February 23

wheelchair-basketball-player Wheelchair Basketball Try a sport unlike any other. For two hours every Friday, we will be hosting drills to prepare you for a BYU tournament at the end of the season. Wheelchairs during practice and games are included in the price of the program. Anyone is welcome! Groups interested in volunteering should contact Charlotte Romberg at or (801) 852-7641.

Ages 14+
When Fridays, 5:30-7:30PM
Dates January 14-March 31
Fee $5/daily admission or Rec Center Membership
Location Recreation Center

downs-syndrome-girl-and-teacher Adaptive Summer Adventure Kids Camp

Let us elevate the typical summer day camp experience. Each week of camp has a unique theme with corresponding experiential hands-on learning activities, field trips, demonstrations, décor and snacks. Our friendly and passionate camp counselors are trained not only to give your kids an awesome and unforgettable experience through play, but to teach them how to develop a love of learning, build greater confidence in their abilities and ask questions, preparing them for their next academic school year. Mark your calendars now. Registration opens in May.

*Our general camp and the adaptive camp will experience activities and field trips together where the situation permits.

These adaptive sessions of camp are specifically designed and staffed for children with special needs. The staff to child ratio is organized in advance and is based on the needs assessment you fill out prior to camp so your little one can safely participate in all the same activities as the general summer camp. We offer multiple activities and outings for inclusion with the general summer camp program, however this camp will target the development of specific social skills such as recognizing and managing emotions, establishing positive relationships and making responsible decisions. We’ll take your little one(s) to unique destinations to experience something for the very first time! Let’s make this summer one to remember!

Ages 6-12
Residents $75/week, Non-Residents $85/week
(includes all field trips, transportation, activity costs, and admission charges)
Monday–Friday, 1:00-4:45PM

Weekly Themes

boy-soccer-ball Adaptive Soccer This program is specifically designed for kids with disabilities to learn and practice the fundamental of soccer. Kids of all ability levels will receive one on one attention and have a blast practicing individual and team work skills, coordination and gaining exercise through fun! All practices will be held on the Field of Dreams at the Recreation Center.

Ages 5-12 yrs
Fee Resident $40, Non-Resident $50
When Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5:00-6:00PM
Dates April 4-May 4
Deadline March 28