Disability Resources

Recreation, Leisure and Sport

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​City of An​n Arbor

Leslie and Huron Hills Golf Courses - Everyone is welcome to use the City's golf courses and instructional programs.  Both the Leslie Park and Huron Hills clubhouses meet ADA accessibility guidelines.  Both courses also offer a specially designed single rider cart for golfers needing special assistance.   If you require special accommodations to participate, please call  (734) 994-2786 and we will be happy to work with you.

Senior Programs - The Ann Arbor Senior Center provides services such as audio looping, closed caption television, multiple programs/services that help promote independent living, awareness of new technology or health related services that help everyone  make the most of our abilities.  Senior Center staff takes pride in their customer service and will be happy to work with individuals that need special accommodations to participate in our program and services.  When possible, please call  (734) 769-5911 at least two weeks in advance if you are requesting special accommodations.

Local Organizatio​ns

Ann Arbor District Library - "The Ann Arbor District Library provides collections, programs, and leadership to promote the development of literate and informed citizens through open and equal access to cultural, intellectual, recreational, and information resources."

Ann Arbor Recreation and Education - “Rec&Ed” is a department of the Ann Arbor Public Schools that provides opportunities for active recreation, citizen involvement, informal non-credit courses, and collaborations with other community organizations.  Rec & Ed provides accommodations that support differently-abled children and adults in their participation.

Other Organizat​​​ions

National Sports Center for the Disabled -  "Founded in 1970, the National Sports Center for the Disabled's mission is to positively impact the lives of people with any physical or mental challenge through quality adaptive recreation programs in over 20 sports."

 

Updated November 28, 2007