Indy Parks is committed to helping people with disabilities participate at their optimal level of independence and desire. We strive to provide services that focus on leisure related skills, attitudes and knowledge, there by improving social skills, self-awareness and leisure skill development. We also seek to provide sport and recreational opportunities for the higher level disabled athlete.
Inclusive RecreationIndy Parks and Recreation is ready, and willing to include you in our programs and activities! The Therapeutic Recreation Section recognizes that participants with disabilities benefit from Indy Parks and Recreation programs. Furthermore, Indy Parks and Recreation believes that all people deserve to participate in the least restrictive environment possible. Indy Parks and Recreation is committed to helping people with disabilities participate at their optimal level of independence. We are invested in the holistic development of individuals with disabilities. We strive to provide a continuum of recreational services that provide a lifetime of benefits.
Inclusion services are a priority at Indy Parks! In order to provide your family with the most inclusive program possible, we ask that you complete a brief therapeutic assessment. Please the Therapeutic Specialist at 327-7251 to request your assessment.
2010 Therapeutic Recreation Assessment Form (pdf)Partner programsRehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports ProgramCTRS Therapeutic Recreation Manager and Accessibility ConsultantM. Patrick Dean(317) 329-2281
Power Soccer of IndyKaren Russo(317) 706-8977
Creating communities where ALL children can learn, live, and play together.____________Did you know we offer inclusion day camp services at four new parks this summer: Riverside, Holliday, Broad Ripple and at Ellenberger Parks? ____________
Funding for this venture comes from the Bubel /Aiken Foundation.www.bubelaiken.org