Bike camp for children and adults with ASD and other disabilities

Jun 19, 17 Bike camp for children and adults with ASD and other disabilities
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Bike camp for children and adults with ASD and other disabilities

Hey Fam! We find the resources and bring them to you! See below details about a wonderful bike camp for adults and children with disabilities.

I Can Bike Camp! — Still spaces available through Howard County Recreation & Parks!

Has your family member been unsuccessful with riding a two-wheel conventional bike? In this program, children, adolescents and adults with disabilities learn how to ride a two conventional bike without training wheels! Participants must have a documented disability and be at least 8 years old and weigh no more than 220 pounds. Parents must attend informational meeting on Sunday, July 9 at 4 PM. Program starts out indoor and progresses to outdoors. Schedule dates and time subject to change per contractor availability.

Camp is held at the Gary J. Arthur Community Center, sessions available:
RP4218.401 8:30-9:45am
RP4218.402 10:05-11:20am
RP4218.403 11:40am-12:55pm
RP4218.404 2:15pm-3:30pm
RP4218.405 3:50-5:05pm

Cost of the program is $250.00 per participants. For More Information, please contact Susan Potts at Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks, spotts@howardcountymd.gov or 410-313-4628 or visit www.icanshine.org

 


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