Recreation is important in promoting inclusion and quality of life. Studies have shown that it increases self-esteem and confidence, leads to improved communication, social interaction, and friendship skills.
The San Diego Regional Center supports clients having time to recreate and believes it is essential to a healthy and well-balanced life. Below are links to some popular recreation activities in the San Diego and Imperial Counties. However, SDRC does not endorse, nor provide funding for any recreation activity. SDRC is not liable for anything occurring while participating in any of the recreational activities.
If you have any questions about current or future recreation postings, please contact us at email@example.com. We welcome your feedback.
|Able ARTS Work (formerly known as Arts & Services for Disabled) seeks to provide lifelong learning, community service and vocational opportunities through the creative arts for people of all abilities and all ages in an environment of warmth, encouragement and inclusion. During the COVID crisis, Able ARTS Work offers VIDEO VIRTUAL LEARNING.|
|CITY PARKS & RECREATION PROGRAMS|
|FINE & PERFORMING ARTS|
|HORSEBACK RIDING & EQUESTRIAN THERAPY|
|Bonita Equestrian Therapy||Ivey Ranch Park||Salisbury Farms|
|Dream Rider Equestrian Therapy||PoVa Therapeutic Riding Center|
|Helen Woodward Animal Center||Reins Therapeutic Horsemanship Program|
|ARC Personal & Leisure Services (PALS)||Camp Fire Council San Diego||San Diego Youth & Community Services|
|Blind Community Center||Friendship Circle||Therapeutic Recreation Services|
|Boy Scouts of America||Jeremiah’s Ranch||XCite Steps|
|SPORTS & FITNESS|