First, the adapted sports are uniquely suited to cater to the needs of children with disabilities. They include, but are not limited to, wheelchair basketball, adapted baseball, water-aerobics, power wheelchair soccer, adapted tennis, and adapted bowling.
Second, the recreational activities are also uniquely adapted for children with disabilities. They include, but are not limited to, “hand-over-hand painting”, “hand-over-hand drawing”, adapted pottery, adapted theater, adapted musicals, adapted marble art, photography, digital photography, and ceramics.
Third, the social development activities are created to foster future independence for those same children faced with daily living challenges. They include, but are not limited to, (a) providing education on (i) proper hygiene and (ii) dating and relationships, (b) providing life-skill simulations on cooking, cleaning, and other such necessary skills, (c) fostering interaction with peers in order to further social and emotional growth, and (d) incorporating other inclusion based training in order to mainstream disabled youth into the community.