Adapted and Inclusive Services


New Sensory Friendly Rec Swimming Sessions at the Daniel Meyer Memorial Pool this Summer!

Starting June 15, 2023. Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6-7:30 pm


All are welcome to Sensory Friendly Rec Swimming Sessions!  These sessions are intended for swimmers that can benefit from a quieter, calmer experience at the pool. Our staff will welcome swimmers of all abilities and provide a relaxed atmosphere while limiting excessive noise and activity.  

Please note: Staff will manage the pool environment to meet the needs of swimmers experiencing intellectual and developmental disabilities.  We welcome all ability levels to participate while respecting the needs and abilities of swimmers requiring a quieter, slower paced atmosphere.


Sign up now for SUMMER 2023 All-Abilities Gaming Socials!  Pre-registration is FREE and required!  Click on the dates to register.

May 18 | June 15 | July 20 | August 17

Adapted Gaming Socials


The Ashland Parks and Recreation Commission wants to hear from community members and neighbors about needs for adapted and inclusive recreation options. 

Please take a few moments to complete out a 9 question Adapted & Inclusive Recreation Survey.  Your feedback will help guide us into the future!

La Comisi˛n de Parques y Recreaci˛n de Ashland quiere escuchar a los miembros de la comunidad y vecinos sobre las necesidades de opciones de recreaci˛n adaptadas e inclusivas.
 
Por favor, t˛mese unos minutos para completar una Encuesta de Recreaci˛n Adaptada e Inclusiva de 9 preguntas.  Sus comentarios nos ayudarÓn a guiarnos hacia el future!

 
                         
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Visit the APRC home page or call 541.488.5340 for more information.

 

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