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sports & recreation COMMUNITY brochure

spring 2018

Inside this issue! programs for children, teens, adults & active adults

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Registration ONLINE Register online at www.sjregistration.com Online is available 24 hours a day and 7 days a week for your convenience.

MAIL Mail the registration form found in this brochure to: Camden Community Center –AASR 3369 Union Ave. San Jose, CA 95124

WALK-IN Register in person during regular business hours at any Community Center.

FAX Fax the registration form to: Camden Community Center: 408-559-1203

Meet Our Staff Charmaine Guerrero

Donna Hepp

Bascom Community Center 1000 S. Bascom Ave. San José, CA 95128 408-794-6290 phone Charmaine.guerrero@sanjoseca.gov

Camden Community Center 3369 Union Ave.San José, CA 95124 408-369-6438 phone Donna.hepp@sanjoseca.gov

Liz Best

Jonathon Valenzeula

Mayfair Community Center 2039 Kammerer Ave San José, CA 95116 408-794-1065 phone Liz.best@sanjoseca.gov

Seven Trees Community Center 3590 Cas Dr. San José, CA 95111 408-794-1690 phone Jonathon.valenzuela@sanjoseca.gov

Josue Covarrubias

Morace McKay

City-Wide Inclusion Specialist 3369 Union Ave. San José, CA 95124 408-794-6691 phone Josue.covarrubias@sanjoseca.gov

Therapeutic Services Supervisor 488 N 6th St. San José, CA 95112 408-293-0422 phone

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Therapeutic Service 200 East Santa Clara St San José, CA 95113 408-535-3569 phone Brochure Mail Delivery: AASR relies upon the post office for mail deliveries of our seasonal brochures. AASR assumes no responsibility for mail delivery. If for some reason you do not receive a brochure, please pick one up at your local community center or library.

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Brochure Errors: Our staff has made every effort to prepare this brochure as accurately as possible; however, errors can occur. Circumstances may require adjustments be made to programs, fees, schedules, etc. AASR reserves the right to make any such adjustments. The staff apologize for any inconvenience these errors or adjustments may cause.


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Child and Teen Programs Fun For All This program focuses on fun with music, games, arts and crafts, movement activities, and a field trip. This play program is designed for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Children should bring a sack lunch to class each week. Participants must be able to function in a 1 to 3 staff to participant ratio and independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant for person al care. Attendants will be required to pass a City of San Jose background check in programs that serve youth under 18 years of age. Program location is at Roosevelt Community Center 901 E. Santa Clara St, San Jose, CA 95116. Course # 231.4.4020

Location Roosevelt

Time Date 11:00am-12:30pm 4/7-5/19

Day Sa

Mtg 8

Ages 5-11

Resident $70

Non-Resident $74

Craftastic Workshop Come join our craftastic group and make seasonal arts and crafts in this monthly workshop. Creative projects are yours to take home. Light snacks and music will be enjoyed as well. You must pre-register at least one week ahead of each month's workshop. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day Ages Mtg

231.4.4013

Seven Trees

4:30-6:00pm

4/30

M

6-12

231.4.4014

Seven Trees

4:30-6:00pm

5/21

M

6-12

Resident

Non-Resident

1

$21

$25

1

$21

$25

Power Soccer Power soccer is an electrifying and growing multi-player sport designed for those who use power chairs. Come join our power soccer teams (San Jose Steamrollers, Rockets, and Flash) to help develop your skills in a power chair while playing an exciting sport! You will get the opportunity to play with your team in local and national tournaments. Depending on skill level and coaches recruitment, participants will be placed on one of the three teams. Steamroller practice from 10am-12pm. Rockets practice from 12pm- 2pm. Flash practices from 1pm-3pm. Participants must be able to have a power chair adaptable for power soccer. Participants must be able to function in a 1:8 staff to participant ratio and independent with personal care needs. Course # 296.4.4101

Location Bascom

Time 10am-3pm

Date 4/7-6/2

Day Sa

Mtg 9

Ages 5+

Resident $92

Non-Resident $96

Wheels on Fire Have you got game? Basketball, Rugby, Soccer, Bocce, Archery, Field Events...You play it, we offer it! Wheels on Fire is a sports team designed for athletes with physical disabilities who enjoy a variety of sports. No wheelchair, no problem. We have extra chairs for use during program. Athletes of all abilities are welcome. The team practices basic sports skills, team cooperation and rules of competitive play. This program focuses on exposure to a variety of wheelchair sports with the potential for competitive skill development. We may also engage in special activities such as holiday themed events or field trips. Snacks may be provided. Participants must be able to participate in a 1:5 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant. Pre registration is highly encouraged or the program may be cancelled due to low enrollment. Course # 382.4.4105

Location Camden

Time Date 1pm-4pm 4/15-6/10

Day Su

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Ages 5-22

Mtg 8

Resident $93

Non-Resident $97


Social Skills and Art Craftastic Workshop Come join our craftastic group and make seasonal arts and crafts in this monthly workshop. Creative projects are yours to take home. Light snacks and music will be enjoyed as well. You must pre-register at least one week ahead of each month's workshop. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day Ages Mtg Resident Non-Resident

231.4.4016

Seven Trees

6pm-7:30pm

4/30

M

16+

1

$21

$25

231.4.4017

Seven Trees

6pm-7:30pm

5/21

M

16+

1

$21

$25

Cinco De Mayo Party at Camden (Special Event) Its time for a FIESTA! Come join your friends and the wonderful All Access staff at Camden Community Center for some spicy fun. We will do some great crafts, make some tasty treats and play a little Loteria. We can also take advantage of all of the great game options the Camden Youth Center has to offer: pool, ping pong, board games, video games and more! Light snacks and refreshments will be provided. Please note: You must pre-register by April 30th for this activity! Course # 382.4.4041

Location Camden

Time 6:30-8pm

Date 5/7

Day M

Ages 16+

Mtg 1

Resident $18

Non-Resident $22

Spring BBQ bash (Special Event) When the weather gets warmer, thoughts turn to all things BBQ and outdoor picnics in the warm sun. Come join your All Access team for hot dogs and burgers (we will have a veggie option too) and fun outdoor games. We can also take advantage of all of the great game options the Camden Youth Center has to offer: pool, ping pong, board games, video games and more! Don't miss out! Please note: You must pre-register by May 28th for this activity! Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Resident

Non-Resident

382.4.4044

Camden

6:30-8pm

6/4

M

16+

1

$15

$19

Group Arts Class Check out the Mayfair Community Center and relax with some arts and crafts. This program is geared towards groups of people with disabilities and designed to improve fine motor skills, creativity and social skills. You will be guided through art projects, gardening and specialty crafts. Staff must accompany clients in a 3:1 ratio. Program design is flexible. Please call Liz at (408) 794-1065 to schedule your group. Drop in rate is $1.25 per day. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4023

Mayfair

11:30am-12:30pm

April

Th, F

18+

8

$8.50

210.4.4024

Mayfair

11:30am-12:30pm

May

Th, F

18+

8

$8.50

210.4.4025

Mayfair

11:30am-12:30pm

June

Th, F

18+

6

$8.50

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Social Skills Recreation and Art Therapeutic Leisure Club Come out and meet new friends! This leisure program is designed to develop leisure awareness and social skills for individuals with moderate to severe developmental disabilities. Activities include crafts, games, music, parties and more. Participants who are able will go on one community outing per session. Individuals must be able to understand simple directions and require minimal supervision. Participants must be able to function in a 1:5 staff to participant ratio and independent with personal care needs or bring an attendant with them. Course # 210.4.4017

Location Evergreen

Time 7:00-8:30pm

Date 4/10-5/29

Day Tu

Mtg 8

Age 18+

Cost $61/$65

Monthly Social Come join us on the last Tuesday of the month for some fun! Each month will have a different theme or activity. Examples include Bingo, holiday parties, playing in the game room, arts and crafts, etc. Please register in advance to reserve your spot. Contact the community center if you would like to receive a flyer with details of the month’s event. Participants must be able to function in a 1:8 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care needs. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4031 210.4.4032 210.4.4033

Mayfair Mayfair Mayfair

6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm 6:30-8pm

4/24 5/29 6/26

Tu Tu Tu

18+ 18+ 18+

1 1 1

$7 $7 $7

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Community based HIRLN pizza and movie Head Injury Recreation and Leisure Network is a social club for survivors of head injuries and strokes. Join us at Luigi's Pizza in Campbell for pizza and a soda. Then we will walk over to the Campbell Plaza Theaters to see a movie that is playing around 7pm. Participants must be able to function in a 1 to 8 ratio and be independent with personal care needs or bring an attendant with them. Attendant must pay for their own meal and movie ticket or register for the class. Please call Liz Best @ 794-1065 to receive a flyer or with any questions. Course # 210.4.4027

Location

Time

Campbell Cinelux 6:00pm-9:30pm

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

4/3

Tu

18+

1

$22

HIRLN Glow Candle Making Head Injury Recreation and Leisure Network is a social club for survivors of head injuries and strokes. Join us for a night of candle making. You can make a candle for Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or for your self! You will get to choose a shape, color and scent for your candle. Participants must be able to function in a 1 to 8 ratio and be independent with personal care needs or bring an attendant with them. Please call Liz Best @ 794-1065 to receive a flyer or with any questions.

Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4028

Glow Lounge

6:30pm-8:30pm

5/1

Tu

18+

1

$20

HIRLN San Jose Giants Head Injury Recreation and Leisure Network San Jose Giants Game. The full schedule for the SJ Giants isn't out yet, but we are hoping it will be an evening game on June 5th. We will meet at the front gates and watch the game together. Bring extra money for food. More information will be given once the schedule is released. This event is outdoors. We will make every effort to sit in a shaded area, but those areas are non reservable so we cannot guarantee it. The sun may be shining on us walking to and from the seats as well. Hats and sunscreen are recommended. Participants must be able to function in a 1 to 8 ratio and be independent with personal care needs or bring an attendant with them. Attendant must pay for their own ticket or register for the class. Please call Liz Best @ 794-1065 to receive a flyeror with any questions.

Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4029

Municipal Stadium

6pm-9:30pm

6/5

Tu

18+

1

$10

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Community Based Urban Explorers Get out and explore! This is a walking club directed towards teen and young adults with disabilities. Each week, we will meet a the Roosevelt Community Center and travel using public transportation to different trails, museums, festival, and parks in the area. San Jose has a lot to offer it urban dwelling explorers. We'll learn about our unique community settings while meeting new friends and getting a little exercise. Participants must be able to participate in a 1:5 staff to participant ratio and independent with personal care needs. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

231.4.4021

Roosevelt

12:30-4:30pm

4/7-5/19

Sa

15+

7

Resident Non-Resident $81

$85

Barracuda Hockey Game with All Access (Special Event) Join your favorite All Access staff at the SAP center to experience the fun and exciting San Jose Barracuda. The Barracuda are the AHL affiliate of the San Jose Sharks. They provide a family friendly, budget conscious opportunity to experience professional ice hockey in San Jose! Popcorn, hot dogs, nachos and soft pretzels are priced at just $3 each - a real bargain for a professional sports venue. Feel the "Frenzy." You must preregister by March 31st so that we can secure tickets in advance. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Resident

Non-Resident

382.4.4010

SAP

12:30-4pm

4/7

S

16+

1

$15

$15

Co-op Dance These dances for individuals with disabilities ages 16 and up are co-sponsored and hosted by the Therapeutic Recreation programs of the cities of San JosÊ, Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. Registration is accepted at the door only—No pre-registration. Please call 408-369-6438 for more information or to receive the annual calendar. Registration is $7 per person. There may be optional photos for an additional $3. Spring dance - Santa Clara Senior Center, 1303 Fremont Street, Santa Clara, 95050 Course # 382.4.4023

Location Santa Clara Sr Ctr

Time 7-9:30pm

Date 5/11

Day F

Ages 16+

Mtg 1

Registration $7

Around the Town Club Join us for a night on the town! This social club utilizes community trips to improve socialization, leisure awareness and independent living skills. Try new things and explore your community with the support and encouragement of friendly, knowledgeable staff. Past activities have included movies, restaurants, sporting events, theme events and nights at the theatre. The first night of the program will take place at Camden Community Center. Location thereafter varies based on participants chosen activities. Participants will be assigned to a group the first night. An event calendar will be passed out the second week of program. Members must be able to participate within a 1:6 staff to participant ratio and independent with their personal care needs. Please note: registration fee covers staffing costs only. Additional weekly fees may be required based on chosen activity costs. Course # 382.4.4000

Location Camden

Time 7pm-9pm

Date 4/12-5/31

Day Th

Page 8

Ages 18+

Mtg 8

Resident $44

Non-Resident $48


Living Skills/COOKING Simply Cooking This introductory course for adults with developmental disabilities covers basic kitchen safety, basic menu planning, and preparing simple dishes. Menus will include breakfast, lunch, dinners, and desserts. Class includes lecture, observation, and hands on preparation. Students will receive instructional materials to take home. Class is conducted in a teaching kitchen which utilizes gas burners. Participants must be able to function in a 1:4 staff to participant ratio, independent with personal care needs, or provide an attendant for personal care. Attendants will be required to pass a City of San Jose background check in programs that Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Mtg

Age

Resident Non-Resident

296.4.4002

Almaden

6:30pm-8pm

4/11-5/30

W

8

16+

$87

$91

231.4.4010

Seven Trees 10:30am-12pm

4/2-4/30

M

5

18+

$58

$62

231.4.4011

Seven Trees 10:30am-12pm

5/7-5/21

M

3

18+

$35

$39

Smoothies and Movies Come join us for Smoothies and Movies at Mayfair Community Center. Come learn two new smoothie recipes to make and enjoy while we watch a movie. The recipes will be simple and may require some kitchen skills like cutting, washing, and measuring. Come learn with us! The movies will be PG or G rated films. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4055

Mayfair

10:30am-12:30pm

4/30-5/21

M

18+

4

$25$29

Pasta and Games Come join us for Pasta and Games at Mayfair Community Center. Each week we will learn two new Sauce recipes to put on our pasta. We will enjoy the food while we play a game. The recipes will be Simple and may require some kitchen skills like cutting, washing, and measuring. Come learn with us! Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4056

Mayfair

10:30am-12:30pm

6/4-6/18

M

18+

3

$19/$23

Soup’s On!

New Saturday Class!

Soup's on! Come on over to Mayfair Community Center and get warmed up with a bowl of soup and good company! We will make a big pot of soup to share and have some time to chat or play a game while it simmers. The chopping and mixing takes place first, so don't be late if you want to be a part of the making! The soup will be ready for lunchtime. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Cost

210.4.4051

Mayfair

10:30am-12:30pm

4/21-5/12

Sat

18+

4

$48/52

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Adapted Sports and Fitness Wheelchair Basketball Nothin' but net! Come out and shoot some hoops with your friends and learn the exciting sport of wheelchair basketball. All ability levels welcome. No sports chair, no problem; we have extra sports chairs available to use during program. Tournament opportunities are available for big gamers. Don’t miss out! Participants must be able to function in a 1:10 staff to participant ratio, independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant for personal care. Course # 296.4.4106

Location Time Bascom 5:30pm-7:30pm

Date 4/3-4/24

Day T

Mtg 4

Age 13+

Resident $34

Non-Resident $36

296.4.4108

Bascom

5/1-5/22

T

4

13+

$34

$36

5:30pm-7:30pm

Advanced Wheelchair Basketball This is a Wheelchair Basketball practice for advanced players who are competing at a high level. Don't miss out! Participants must be able to function in a 1 to 10 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant for personal care.

Course # 296.4.4102 296.4.4111

Location Bascom Bascom

Time 7:30pm-9:30pm 7:30pm-9:30pm

Date 4/3-4/24 5/1-5/22

Day T T

Mtg 4 4

Age 13+ 13+

Resident Non-Resident $34 $38 $34 $38

Power Soccer Power soccer is an electrifying and growing multi-player sport designed for those who use power chairs. Come join our power soccer teams (San Jose Steamrollers, Rockets, and Flash) to help develop your skills in a power chair while playing an exciting sport! You will get the opportunity to play with your team in local and national tournaments. Depending on skill level and coaches recruitment, participants will be placed on one of the three teams. Steamrollers practice from 10am-12pm. Rockets practice from 12pm- 2pm. Flash practices from 1pm-3pm. Participants must be able to have a power chair adaptable for power soccer. Participants must be able to function in a 1:8 staff to participant ratio and independent with personal care needs. * NO PROGRAM 5/26/18 Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Mtg

296.4.4101

Bascom

10am-3pm

4/7-6/2

Sa

8

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Ages Resident 5+

$92

Non-Resident $96


Adapted Sports and Fitness Adapted Bowling It's a strike! Come join us for our immensely popular bowling program. Due to popular demand - located at the newly rebranded Bowlero San Jose, 5420 Thornwood Drive in San Jose on Tuesdays from 4:005:30pm. Ages 11 and up are welcome. Come polish your game with the support of our therapeutic staff. Learn technique and etiquette, make new friends, and most importantly have fun! Register today, the lanes are going fast. Participants must be able to function in a 1:8 staff to participant ratio, independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant. You must pre-register by April 3rd. Course # 382.4.4108

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Resident

Non-Resident

Tu

11+

10

$158

$162

Bowlero SJ 4pm-5:30pm 4/10-6/12

Martial Arts (inclusion) Martial Arts focuses on the unity of the mind and body. We will work on strengthening our core and improving balance and strength. Activities can be performed sitting or standing and will be modified for each participant. This course is designed for individuals with disabilities and their non-disabled siblings and friends. Please note, participants must be able to function in a 1 to 4 staff to participant ratio and be independent with their personal care or provide an attendant. Course #

Location

382.4.1112

Camden

Time

Date

11am-12pm 4/15-5/20

Day

Ages

Su

14+

Mtg Resident 6

$26

Non-Resident $30

Wheels on Fire Have you got game? Basketball, Rugby, Soccer, Bocce, Archery, Badminton...You play it, we offer it! Wheels on Fire is a sports team designed for athletes with disabilities who enjoy a variety of sports. No wheelchair, no problem. We have extra chairs for use during program. Athletes of all abilities are welcome. The team practices basic sports skills, team cooperation and rules of competitive play. This program focuses on exposure to a variety of wheelchair sports with the potential for competitive skill development. We may also engage in special activities such as holiday themed events or field trips. Snacks may be provided. Participants must be able to participate in a 1:5 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant. Pre registration is highly encouraged.

Course # 382.4.4105

Location Camden

Time Date Day 1pm-4pm 4/15-6/10 Su

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Ages 5-22

Mtg 8

Resident $93

Non-Resident $97


Adapted Sports and Fitness Adapted Fitness Don't put it off any longer! The time has come to jump start your fitness level. The program is located at a fully equipped Camden Community Fitness Center for individuals 18 and up with a physical disability. Each participant will receive a customized workout program designed to achieve their personal fitness goals. Participants must be able to function in a 1:5 staff to participant ratio, independent with personal care needs or provide an attendant for personal care. A 10-visit punch pass is available for participants to drop-in. The punch card will be debited one punch for one class day. TO RECEIVE YOUR PUNCH PASS, CONTACT Loren Peak at Loren.Peake@sanjoseca.gov. When signing up for the punch pass option, please choose course # 296.4.4103. Please note: No program on 5/28 Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg Resident Non-Resident

296.4.4104

Camden

10:30am-12:30pm

4/2-6/1

M,W,F

18+

31

$146

$150

296.4.4103

Camden

10:30am-12:30pm

4/2-6/1

M,W,F

18+

10

$58

$58

Adapted Yoga Designed for adults with developmental disabilities, this yoga class teaches gentle, relaxing stretches to increase strength, flexibility, and sense of calm, health, and wellness. Participants must be able to function in a 1 to 10 staff to participant ratio and independent with personal care needs, or provide an attendant. Course #

Location

Time

Date

Day

Ages

Mtg

Resident Non-Resident

231.2.4114

Seven Trees 10:30-11:30am

4/7-4/26

Th

18+

3

$24

$28

231.2.4115

Seven Trees 10:30-11:30am

5/3-5/31

Th

18+

4

$32

$36

Support Groups Mild Brain Injury Support MBI peer support group provides support for people with Mild Brain Injuries and their families. For more information on this group please contact the Support Program Coordinator, Robert Medel at Santa Clara County Valley Medical Center, Rehabilitation Research Center at (408) 885-2397. Course # Location Time Date 296.5.4502 Bascom 6:30pm-8:30pm 2nd Tues of each month

Day Tu

Ages Mtg all 2x per month

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Summer Camps June Class #

Camp Name

Ages

Days

Dates

Time

Location

Mtg

Cost

Diabetes Camp Type 1 Diabetes

4-11

M-F

6/25-6/29

9am-4pm

Mayfair

5

$399

382.1.4212

Teens Together (Inclusion)

11-18

M-F

7/2-7/6

9:30am-3:30pm

Camden

4

$100

296.1.4216

Northern California

5-21

Su-Sa

7/8-7/14

Daycamp

SJSU

6

$450

296.1.4217

Northern California

5-21

Su-Sa

7/8-7/14

overnight

SJSU

6

$675

210.1.4254

Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Camp

Power Up!

8-15

M-F

7/16-7/20

9am-4pm

Mayfair

5

Free

11-18

M-F

7/16-7/20 9:30am-3:30pm

Camden

5

$115

210.1.4252

Teens Together (Inclusion) Camp Superstuff Asthma Camp

6-12

M-F

TBA

9am-4pm

Mayfair

5

TBA

382.1.4200

Playcamp

5-11

M-F

7/23-7/27

10am-2pm

Kirk

5

$126

210.1.4250 July

382.1.4217

August 210.1.4253

Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Camp

Power Up!

8-15

M-F

7/30-8/3

9am-4pm

Seventrees

5

Free

231.1.1015

Playcamp

5-11

M-F

8/6-8/10

10am-2pm

Kirk

5

$126

Liz Best Mayfair Community Center 2039 Kammerer Ave San Jose, CA 95116 (408) 794-1065

Donna Hepp Camden Community Center 3369 Union Ave San Jose, CA 95124 (408) 369-6438

Jonathon Valenzuela Seven Trees Community Cnt 3590 Cas Dr. San Jose, CA 95111 (408) 794-1690 Page 14

Charmaine Guerrero Bascom Community Center 1000 S. Bascom Ave San Jose, CA 95128 (408) 794-6290

Josue Covarrubias Inclusion Specialist Camden Community Center 3369 Union Ave, SJ, CA 95124 (408) 794-6691

Liz.best@sanjoseca.gov

Donna.hepp@sanjoseca.gov

Jonathon.valenzuela@sanjoseca.gov

Charmaine.guerrero@sanjoseca.gov

Josue.covarrubias@sanjoseca.gov


Playcamp These day camps are designed for children with cognitive disabilities who need a higher level of staff assistance for participation including those with Autism Spectrum disorder. Activities will include arts and crafts, games, circle time, a field trip, and more. Children should bring a sack lunch to camp each day. Participants must be able to function in a 1:3 staff to child ratio and be independent with personal care needs or bring an attendant with them. Attendants will need to be fingerprinted by the City of San Jose. Northern California Junior Sports Camp Junior Sports Camp covers introductory and intermediate instruction in both recreational and competitive wheelchair sports for individuals with physical disabilities ages 5-21. World class wheelchair athletes provide instruction in a variety of sports. The camp is sponsored by the City of San JosĂŠ and Far West Wheelchair Athletic Association. Campers have a residential or day camp option. For more information and registration materials, contact Charmaine Guerrero at 408-794-6290 or via e-mail at Charmaine.guerrero@sanjoseca.gov. On line registration is not accepted.

Teens Together Everybody wants to have fun! Be social, make some friends, learn some new skills. This camp for teens with disabilities and their non-disabled siblings and friends will provide a safe and structured opportunity to be a teen. Some fieldtrips, lots of games, crafts and other cool stuff! Teens must be able to function in a 1:4 staff to participant ratio and be independent with personal care or provide an attendant. Camp Superstuff- Asthma Camp Every summer, Breathe California offers Camp Superstuff, a week-long day camp held within the region served by Breathe California of the Bay Area. This year, the City of San Jose, Mayfair Community Center, is partnering with Breathe California to offer Camp Superstuff. This camp is designed for children 6-12 suffering from asthma, Camp Superstuff blends asthma education curriculum with traditional summer camp activities. Diabetes Camp– Type 1 Children This collaborative day camp program is provided by the City of San Jose's Therapeutic Services and California Diabetes Association. There will be fun activities, outings, games, crafts, and diabetes education. Nursing staff will be on site to help monitor blood sugars and provide education to participants and families. Registration is taken by the California Diabetes Association. Contact Kat at 775-856-3839 or online at www.nda.campviews.com to register. Power Up! Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Camp Is your child diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes or pre-diabetes? Are they close to being diagnosed? Does Diabetes run in your family? Has your pediatrician encouraged your child to eat healthier or exercise more,? If you said YES to any of these questions, then this camp is for you! Come have fun and learn about healthy lifestyle choices. This is a camp with art, sports, activities, healthy snacks, and diabetes education. A diabetes educator and dietician will be at the camp to teach healthy living skills. Camp staff will get the kids moving and having fun! This camp is a joint collaboration between the City of San Jose and the American Diabetes Association and funded by a grant from Santa Clara County.. Children must qualify for this camp. Your child must present at least 2 risk factors for type 2 diabetes or be diagnosed with pre-diabetes or Type 2 Diabetes. Each Camp will have a pre-camp meeting and an end of camp celebration on the last Friday of camp (3pm-5pm).

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All Access Sports and Recreation

Volunteer Opportunities To become a volunteer for the Current opportunities include: city of San Jose, please visit the  Valentine Dance at Camden Community Center, February 2, 2018 following site:  Basketball Tournament at Bascom Community Center, http://bttr.im/qykij February 24-25, 2018. There you will be asked to cre-  Power Soccer Tournament at Bascom Community Center, March 16th. ate an account and will be di Disability Awareness Day– October 4th, 2018 8am-2pm rected to the current volunteer at City Hall opportunities. Days and times  Our regularly scheduled programs also need help in many ways. Check website for more info. are listed for your convenience. For questions, please contact Liz Best at 408-794-1065. Other opportunities are available through Grace Community Center as well. For more information on these opportunities: 408-293-0422. All volunteers are required to sign a volunteer agreement form, either online through Better Impact Volunteer site, or in hard copy form. Volunteers under 18 will need their parents to sign the agreement form. Page 17


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R.O.C.K. AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM

Not Licensed Childcare

AFTERSCHOOL PROGRAM OFFERS: A Safe and Nurturing Environment | Homework Assistance Recreational Activity | Science | Arts | Cultural Activities Register online at sjregistration.com

All Access Sports & Recreation Specialized Programs All Access Sports and Recreation (AASR) provides a wide range of programs for individuals of all ages with all ability levels, including those with ambulatory and cognitive disabilities, such as, power soccer, cooperative dances, play camps and group arts. For more information check out our website at sanjoseca.gov/therapeutics Inclusion:Â We welcome people of all abilities and all ages to participate in our programs! If you or your child has a disability, behavior concern, severe allergy, or other condition requiring accommodation, please let us know at the time of registration. Please register early to allow adequate time to process requests. Requests can take up to two weeks to process. Inclusion describes an approach wherein participants with special needs spend most or all of their time with people who are non-disabled peers.


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SPRING BREAK CAMPS

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