Special Needs Sports Activities


Special Needs Sports Activities

AbilityPath’s Family Resource Center does not endorse the organizations listed here, they are provided solely as a reference for parents.

Challenger Baseball
Challenger Baseball is organized through Hillsborough Little League. Any child from 6-22 with any type of disability can participate. The season starts in late March and continues in to May and games are played around the Bay Area on Sunday afternoons.

Fee: Yes

VIP Soccer
VIP Soccer is organized through Hillsborough AYSO. All children are welcome. The season lasts from October to December and all games are played on Sunday afternoons at Crocker Middle School in Hillsborough. You don’t have to live in Hillsborough to participate.

Fee: Yes
Contact Information-Darrin Uecker- darrin@theueckers.com

Northern California Special Olympics
San Mateo County is proud to offer training and competitions in ten sports for Special Olympics athletes.  Volunteers enjoy working with the athletes to prepare them for competitions.  San Mateo County offers a wide range of skill levels so that athletes can train with their peers of equal playing ability

Fee: Yes

SNAPkids works with children in the water who have physical and/or developmental needs. They are a community based model and give their special swimmers a chance to exercise, learn, play, and make friends. It runs during the school year as the swimmers do better with consistency. Located at the Palo Alto YMCA on Friday afternoons.