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Special Needs Judo


Senshi Judo has just launched it’s Special Needs Judo program! Open to all children (ages 5+) and adults with physical and mental disabilities, Senshi Judo offers 4 training sessions a week! Participants will learn modified self-defense in a small and safe learning environment, perfect for children who need one-on-one attention.

Call or email us today to start your free trial! Parents and siblings are welcome to participate in class to help alleviate first-time stress for beginner students.

Travelling Abroad with a Disability


The guide offers helpful travel tips and useful accessibility information for various disabilities. A vital chapter talks about what to pack, transport accessibility, medical emergency management, and even travel recommendations specifically catering for the disabled.

You can go here, to view it. 

Interact: A Special Needs App for Resources


Interact connects those with special needs with local activities and services.

Users can find Local Activities, Local Education, and Local Healthcare
• Discover all possible options for services and support
• Leave reviews for your favorite providers in your area

Holiday Tips from the Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders

Holidays are both joyful and stressful for families affected by autism. Download this information for helpful suggestions that will better prepare your family for holiday events.

Fish for Life


Fish for Life is an organization with a charter to enhance the lives of special needs individuals by inviting selected group to enjoy a complimentary half day fishing trip on the sea. Volunteers are welcome.

Big Fun Reacreational and Occupational Therapies


We strive to promote the integration of children and adults with disabilities into all aspects of life using recreational activities as a process to improve motor planning, organization of behavior and sensory integration,

Pop Warner Challenge Cheer/Football


The flag football and cheer program is offered to children who have special needs, who live in Huntington Beach and surrounding communities and who are all ages and all abilities. Volunteers are welcome.

Top Flight Hockey


Top Flight Hockey is designed for participants with special needs. Participants vary in age and ability levels. The League runs group practices/clinics as well as games weekly. Group practices focus on helping participants establish basic hockey skills like shooting, passing and stick handling.

Project Independence


Access to Adventure program offers recreation activities that challenge, excite and entertain at an affordable price. Spanish also spoken.

Located at 3505 Cadillac, Suite O-103, Costa Mesa, CA 92626

A Dance Class for Me


Dance classes for children with special needs. Additional Languages spoken are Spanish, Vietnamese and Sign Language.