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Access Leisure is a program of the City of Sacramento Department of Parks and Recreation. 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

Monthly Calendar

The Access Leisure Monthly Calendar of Activities is now available.

Access Leisure Ink

The Fall 2017 Edition of the Access Leisure Ink is now available.


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Sep 27 - Family Resource Specialist PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE WARMLINE - SACRAMENTO OFFICE 20-24 hours per week Start $15 per hour The Family Resource Specialist for the Help Me Grow (HMG) program will be linking families and children to existing resources in the community and providing the necessary care coordination to ensure the families are connected to services. She/he will conduct developmental screenings; meet with parents; handle telephone calls; enter data; create and search the resource database; conduct follow-up care coordination; collaborate with community agencies and healthcare providers via outreach; and participates in other activities job-related activities. Click here for description of job duties, desired qualifications and instructions on how to apply for this position. Community Parent PART-TIME POSITION AVAILABLE 5 - 10 hours per month $13 per hour This Community Parent position staffs WarmLine events and trainings in the Sacramento, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado region. At events, Community Parents provide parent-to-parent support to the families we serve and encourage them to connect with other families to increase: social connections, knowledge of parenting and child development, concrete supports in times of need, and resilience. At trainings, Community Parents assist with setup, welcome participants and provide support to the presenter. Click here for description of job duties, desired qualifications and instructions on how to apply for this position. The mission of WarmLine Family Resource Center is to provide information, education and support to promote and strengthen the foundation of families and children with special healthcare needs and disabilities so they can face the challenges of the present and create new dreams for the future. WarmLine Family Resource Center | | (916) 455-9500 | Read Post

Sep 26 - The newest edition of the Access Leisure Ink newsletter is here! There are activities for all ages, abilities, and interests. Read Post

Sep 26 - Access Leisure is accepting applications for our part time, Recreation Leader, Special Needs, job classification. If you do apply, please note, you MUST list any non-paid, volunteer experience you have had working with individuals with disabilities under the "work" category and list the pay as zero. Any applications submitted that do not list experience working or volunteering for programs that serve individuals with disabilities will be deemed unqualified and will not pass the screening by our City of Sacramento, Human Relations Department. Only on line applications are permitted. Please click here to apply: Read Post

Sep 25 - See the latest release and enjoy some pizza. Cost is $8. Course #174930 Read Post

Sep 22 - Check out this organization! Through the provision of imperative, relevant and practical equipment, services and experiences, Variety – the Children’s Charity of Northern California and its supporters serve children who may fall through the cracks of government funding or other aid. Under its core programs, Variety delivers on its promise to provide a future without limits for every child, regardless of their background or ability. Freedom Program FREEDOM aims to help kids gain mobility, confidence, freedom, independence and the chance to join in the life of their community by providing funding for families with the most need. Variety’s Freedom Program delivers vital life-changing equipment and services for mobility, independence and social inclusion to individual children and children’s organizations. Together through the Freedom program, we change children’s lives by granting items and services that provide independence, mobility and freedom. Grants under the Freedom program are made to individual children and children’s organizations. Covering a wide scope, Freedom grants may cover: •Manual and powered wheelchairs •Adaptive bicycles and trikes •Assistance animals •Hoists and lifts •Modified vehicle access •Standing and walking assistance like gait trainers, walkers, standing frames and positioning systems •Specialized car seating, shower and toilet chairs, and many more •My First Bike - A program in which children are presented with a bicycle of their very own, along with a safety helmet, lock and chain. Through our relationships with various agencies, we look for deserving children based upon need, school performance and more. Read Post