Programs for Students With Disabilities
Do you have a child with a disability in California enrolled in a public charter, private school, or are you looking for a nurturing place for your child to receive extra help with the development of their gross motor skill development? Our adapted physical education teachers and play facilitator’s are trained to assist your child in developing critical gross motor skills that are needed to be successful on today’s playgrounds and playing fields. Perhaps your child would like to develop a lifetime fitness activity such as swimming and cycling. All of our activity programs, such as our adapted aquatics programs, are developed around each child’s age and interest. Our adapted sports coach and head adapted physical education therapist sit down with every family and their son or daughter in order to gain an in depth understanding of the child. If you are researching adapted PE San Diego locations for your little one, or you simply want an after-school adapted physical education San Diego venue where your child can go to work on various skills, have fun, and meet new friends, then come visit us in North County where you cam meet other parents, observe, and watch your child play and explore!
Adapted Child’s Play can help your child meet their physical education minutes as required by the state of California for all school-aged children. Our programs are tailored to each student in order to give them the ultimate experience for healthy development and fun. All of our students enrolled in various programs benefit from:
- Gross motor skill development
- Emphasis on fundamental movement patterns
- Increased fine motor skills
- Enhanced sensory motor skills
- Perceptual motor skills enhancement
- Self-esteem and confidence booster
- Social skills development
- Measurable progression of achieving goals
- Form a friendship with our mascot Xena the Therapy Dog
- Optimism overload!
We are fully accredited and able to transfer credits from our special physical education activities towards your school credits.