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Adaptive and inclusive recreation programs
Supporting the mental, physical, social, cultural, and emotional growth of people of all abilities.
Rec For All – Parks & Rec’s Inclusion Plan
Parks and Rec has created a system-wide inclusion plan. This plan includes a series of recommendations and resources that seek to make recreation centers welcoming places for individuals with disabilities and the neurodiverse. The plan looks to:
Shift from a model of isolation to inclusion.
Enhance capacity and connection across PPR’s system.
Provide optimal service for all.
Support programs and amenities for all, in all neighborhoods.
Parks & Rec is working to make our pools accessible to those of all abilities. Pool lifts are available at some outdoor pools.
These lifts provide access for anyone who needs help getting into the water. You sit on the lift seat and are then lowered into the pool. Wheelchair users must transfer out of their chair and onto the lift.
Notify a lifeguard if you need to use the pool lift at these locations: