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Volunteer Opportunities
Overview
The Adaptive Recreation Program is a comprehensive recreation program that provides recreation and leisure activities for Saint Paul residents of all ages who are mentally and/or physically disabled. Volunteers play an essential role in helping to provide our participants with a quality program.

With the help of volunteers, participants of Adaptive Recreation receive more individualized attention. They are then able to enjoy activities that improve fine and gross motor skills, cooperation, and socialization skills as well as increase their self-esteem.

Get involved, have fun, and make a difference by volunteering with Adaptive Recreation. For more information on volunteer opportunities with the Adaptive Recreation Program, contact Ev Senty at (651) 793-6634.

Volunteer Activities
There are a variety of ways that individuals can volunteer with the Adaptive Recreation Program. Volunteers always work under the supervision of qualified personnel. Many of the activities that use volunteers are listed here.
Activity Volunteer Position Season
Adapted Swim Lessons for individuals with physical disabilities One-to-one swim instructor Spring and/or Fall
Swim lessons for individuals with mental disabilities One-to-one swim instructor Spring and/or Fall
Adapted bowling league for individuals with physical disabilities Score keeper or lane assistant Spring and/or Fall
Softball team Coach Spring and Summer
Basketball team and league Coach or referee Winter
Pickin' n' Grinnin' sing-along Musician Year-round
Arts and crafts classes Assistant Various times
Life sports and sports hour Assistant Summer
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