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Access Leisure is a program of the City of Sacramento Department of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment. Access Leisure provides sports, residential camping and outdoor education as well as social and fitness programs for children, teens, and adults with disabilities. read more

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The Access Leisure Monthly Calendar of Activities is now available.

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The Winter 2018 Edition of the Access Leisure Ink is now available.


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Mar 09 - The 2018 Paralympic Games have begun! Check here and set your DVR's! Read Post

Mar 02 - NEW! Adaptive Kayaking lessons will be offered at the CSU, Aquatics Center at Lake Natoma. The classes are being offered by the CSUS Well, through thier "All In Recreation" (AIR) program. Please read below to register on line or call to register. The Sacramento State Aquatic Center has a new Adaptive Kayaking Program. Below is the link to view the class listing, sections and to register online. They are also taking registration via phone at 916-278-2842 x9. For more information, contact: Kylie Taylor Operations Assistant | Sacramento State Aquatic Center A Program of Associated Students, Inc. 1901 Hazel Avenue | Gold River, CA 95670 (916) 278-2842 | Fax: (916) 278-1105 | Check out our 2018 Program Schedule Check out our 2018 Youth Programs Read Post

Feb 20 - Come and enjoy a day out to the movies and lunch with friends. Several food choices available in the Market Place venue. Meet at the rear entrance. Register by 3/1. Registration fee is $8. Bring $10 for movie and $10 for lunch. Course #182526 Read Post

Feb 13 - Thank you to Access Leisure, team member, Becky, for these fantastic photos from our 2018, "Sweethart Dance". Enjoy! Read Post

Feb 05 - "WarmLine Family Resource Center is a non-profit organization serving families of children with disabilities birth to 26 years old." February 1, 2018 We're Hiring! WarmLine is hiring paid Community Parents for Yolo, Placer, Nevada and El Dorado Counties. Bilingual, Spanish-speakers encouraged to apply. Click here for job description and information on how to apply! Don't Miss These WarmLine Workshops Join WarmLine for a presentation by an Administrative Law Judge regarding how to access rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act on Tuesday, February 13 in Sacramento. Register Now Be prepared in case an unfortunate emergency occurs. In this training you'll learn step-by-step processes required to assess and perform CPR on infants and children. Note: Participants do no earn a certificate. Register Now for Saturday, March 10 in Cameron Park Connect with WarmLine Families Online Join WarmLine's private online support group where we provide a safe place for parents, guardians and caregivers to ask questions and share information with each other. WarmLine Activities & Events English Flyer Spanish Flyer Register online for events below by clicking on the blue links. February 2018 Dive into the IEP (flyer) Wednesday, February 7 Roseville What are Due Process Fair Hearings? Tuesday, February 13 Sacramento Understanding Special Education (flyer) Thursday, February 22 Fair Oaks Sibling Workshop (14-18 years) Saturday, February 24 Sacramento Behavior 101 FULL Wednesday, February 28 Sacramento March 2018 Sibling Workshop (7-10 years) Saturday, March 3 Sacramento Super Kids Training Event Saturday, March 3 Roseville Transition to Preschool SPANISH ONLY Thursday, March 8 Sacramento Infant/Child CPR Training Saturday, March 10 Cameron Park Adventure Playground Saturday, March 17 Sacramento Understanding Special Education SPANISH ONLY (flyer) Saturday, March 24 Woodland WarmLine Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 24 Sacramento Unless otherwise noted, WarmLine Family Resource Center activities are open to all community families and professionals. Space limited; registration required. WarmLine Community Partner Activities & Events Click on the activities listed below for more information. Activity Date City Access Leisure February Sacramento Sensory Storytime at Sylvan Oaks Library Feb. 1 Citrus Heights Nova Chat Feb. 1 Sacramento Sensory Storytime at Southgate Library Feb. 3 South Sacramento First 5 Family Cafes Feb. 5 Grass Valley Techsploration Feb. 8 Sacramento Beginning ASL Class Feb. 8 - March 15 Yuba City Jazzy Talkers Feb. 9 Sacramento Sensory Storytime at North Natomas Library Feb. 10 North Natomas Assistive Technology Resource Fair Feb. 13 Sacramento InAlliance User Group Feb. 13 Sacramento MIND Institute Distinguished Lecturer Series: Alison Singer "Autism from generation to generation" Feb. 14 Sacramento Indian Child Welfare Act & Positive Indian Parenting Workshops Feb. 15-16 Brooks TouchChat Training Feb. 15 Sacramento Digital Chatter Hour Feb. 16 Davis Strictly Social ASD Tween Pizza Night Feb. 16 Sacramento Baby, Art Your Heart Out Feb. 17 Elk Grove Sensory Storytime at Sylvan Oaks Library Feb. 17 Citrus Heights Rhythm & Grooves Autism Music Playgroup Feb. 17 North Natomas Support Strategies Feb. 22 Sacramento RAD Fun Fridays Feb. 23 Elk Grove 2018 Dreams to Goals Workshop RSVP by Feb. 10! Feb. 24 Granite Bay Teaching Toddlers to Talk RSVP by Feb. 23! ***CURRENT ALTA CLIENTS ONLY*** Feb. 26 Sacramento First 5 Family Cafes Feb. 26 Grass Valley Sensory Storytime at the Maidu Library Feb. 27 Roseville Go Talk Now Training Feb. 28 Sacramento Planning for the Future of Your Child with Special Needs Feb. 28 Roseville African American Developmental Disabilities Parent Advisory Group Feb. 28 Sacramento Planning for the Future of Your Child with Special Needs March 7 Grass Valley Rhythm & Grooves Autism Music Playgroup March 17 North Natomas RAD Fun Fridays March 23 Elk Grove Sensory Storytime at the Maidu Library March 27 Roseville Did You Know? WarmLine is a federally-funded Parent Training and Information Center and can assist parents as they navigate the special education process. For help with special education concerns and IEPs, call our office at 916-455-9500 (English) or 916-922-1490 (Spanish). Special Education Workshops Thank you to the George and Lena Valente Foundation for their ongoing support of WarmLine and our families! Funding for WarmLine is provided by the U.S. Department of Special Education, Office of Special Education Programs as a Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) in Northern California; the California Department of Developmental Services; First 5 Sacramento, Sacramento County Office of Education Project SOARS and Infant Development Program. WarmLine * 2424 Castro Way, Sacramento CA 95818 * 916-455-9500 Read Post