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Adapted Programs for Youth

Adapted Programs for Youth

Get support and register youth with disabilities for programs and help them get involved in an active and healthy lifestyle.

How to Register

  1. Online using WebReg
  2. By phone: 604-501-5100
  3. In person: Visit any City of Surrey Recreation Facility

View the Surrey Recreation Guide for more information.

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One to One Support Programs

Skating Adapted – One to One - Youth (ages 13 to 18)

Supported skating lessons for youth with disabilities. Participants will progress their skating at an individual rate in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Staff support provided (1 staff: 1 participant), in partnership with Surrey Association for Community Living.

Swim Adapted – One to One - Youth (ages 13 to 18)

Supported swimming lessons for youth with disabilities. Participants will learn important water safety skills, while progressing at an individual rate in a welcoming and inclusive environment. Staff support provided (1 staff: 1 participant), in partnership with Surrey Association for Community Living.

Staff or Support Programs

Youth on the Move (ages 12 to 18)

A supported social recreation program for youth with disabilities. A great way to explore indoor, and outdoor, attractions around the Lower Mainland. Staff support provided (1 staff: 2/3 participants), in partnership with Surrey Association for Community Living.

Drama Mindcraft: Build Confidence & Character (ages 13 to 18)

Are you curious about how to speak with more confidence or connect with people more easily? If you’re shy or simply wondered what a drama class might be like but never dared take one before then this is the class for you! Using the building blocks of drama such as theatre games, character creation and scenario development, you will gain confidence and self-knowledge, all while having fun with the option for a performance during the last class. No experience required.

Supported Summer Day Camps

Summer Fun 1-1 (ages 13 to 18)

This fun and exciting day camp for youth with disabilities includes daily activities and trips around the Lower Mainland, visiting local attractions, walking trails and much more! Staff support provided (ratio 1:1), in partnership with Surrey Association for Community Living and the Centre for Child Development.

Camp Youth on the Move (ages 13 to 18)

A supported social recreation day camp for youth with disabilities. A great way to explore indoor, and outdoor, attractions around the Lower Mainland. Staff group support provided (1 staff: 2/3 participants), in partnership with Surrey Association for Community Living.

Find more information about Adapted Programs for Adults, Children, and Adapted Sports.