We have heard time and time again how our loved ones don’t succeed in sports or PE because they are missing out on some of the finer points of how to play the game. One parent shared that while attending a birthday party she watched her son’s “friends” hide behind him during a game of dodge ball. They knew he didn’t understand the “dodge” part so they used him as a human shield. But is dodgeball an important life skill? You bet!
Our kids miss out on a lot of social experiences when they don’t join the games at recess. Our young adults miss out on life fitness when they don’t stay enrolled in PE. People on the autism spectrum can do most of these tasks but they just need a little bit of individualized instruction. Come and get it!
The Autism Society of Nebraska – Omaha Support Network is piloting a Summer PE Class but there are limited spaces so get your registration in now!
Download a flyer HERE.
8 weeks from June 2nd-July 28th
Sunday Evenings, 6:30pm-8:00pm
Location: ACN gymnasium (9012 Q St, Omaha, NE 68127)
Cost prior to May 27th = $90
Cost starting May 27th = $100
Minimum 16 participants / Maximum 32 participants
Minimum age is 8 years old.
Please complete paperwork for each child that meets class criteria.
We are not able to accommodate siblings (unless they meet class criteria as well)
Registration paperwork will be processed on a first come/first serve basis.
All registration materials must be complete and returned with payment in order to be considered a registered student. A confirmation email will be sent.
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Download a registration form HERE.