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New experiences and lasting memories are the goals of Summer Fun
The rewards of laughter, play, and learning are immeasurable for every child: friendship, confidence, maturity, and personal development. This concept is the guiding force behind the Summer Fun program at the Saskatchewan Abilities Council. Activities and field trips in the community provide children with disabilities with meaningful learning and recreational opportunities.
- Open to individuals with disabilities between the ages of 6 and 22
- Operates throughout July and August
- Registration fee may be applicable
The program curriculum is developed to suit the abilities of participants and is based on activities available in the community.
Highlight from the Regina Summer Fun Program:
The young adults in the Regina Summer Fun program discovered that sometimes the most memorable moments happen when you least expect it. A potluck in the park on a beautiful summer evening spontaneously turned into an outdoor dance celebration. “It was not planned so we made our own fun that night. Anyone who wanted to dance could join in. Nobody was left out,” explains Michael Easton, Quality of Life Supervisor.
The Summer Fun program is offered at each of the branches of the Saskatchewan Abilities Council. For more information or to register in the program, please contact a Branch near you.
Volunteers are essential to the success of this program. Join our team and be a part of providing summer fun opportunities for children with disabilities.
For more information about volunteering with the Summer Fun program, please contact a Branch near you.