Adaptive Recreation

The City of Waukesha Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department partners with several agencies to provide adaptive recreation.

S.P.A.R.C


Join us for a 9-week summer recreation program for individuals with disabilities. At camp, children and adults have opportunities to build social skills, explore interests and talents, make friends and experience being part of a community. This summer camp offers respite care for your child and provides a fun and safe environment. A certified nursing assistant is on staff with the ability to administer medication. 
Instructor: Easter Seals Southeast Wisconsin Staff
Full and half day options are available. For registration information and an application call 414-449-4444.

R & R Club


R & R Club is a drop-off evening of fun for any child that has a disability from birth to age 21 and any siblings. This is a chance for parents to enjoy an evening out. The R & R
Clubs are run by Broadscope staff (who are present during all Club events) and volunteers from the area. There will be a respite provider to assist the children with any toileting or
personal care needs. Children are divided into the following groups: birth-7 years, 8-12 years, 13-21 years, and siblings. Each group participates in arts & crafts, fun, games and group activities. A snack will be provided, please let staff know of any food restrictions. Group participation is encouraged, but children are not required to attend any specific activities. It’s just a night to have fun and relax! One-on-one supervision is available if your child has any specific needs. Registration must be received at least two (2) days prior to the class date.
Registration for this program is through WPRF. This program is assisted by CDBG (Community Development Block Grant) funding.


Please see our current Activity Guide for the current offerings.

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