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This section includes a wide range of information on recreational opportunities for individuals who are blind or visually impaired, from ideas for toys and play for young children to hobbies for older adults with visual impairments.
Recreation and Leisure are part of the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC) for students who are blind or visually impaired. These skills promote the enjoyment of leisure activities, including learning new activities and making choices about how to spend leisure time
WGBH Media Access Group is dedicated to providing access to present and future media for people with disabilities.
This San Antonio Wonderland opened in 2010 as the first family amusement designed with ultra-accessibility in mind. The 25-acre park and playland accommodates guests of all abilities on its rides, playscapes, theatres, and comfort stations
Music for the Blind offers music lessons through downloadable (or tape/CD) lessons for more than a dozen instruments, all by ear. Many of the lessons are available through the National Library Service program.Source: Music for the Blind
This site informs on all aspects of Beep Baseball, including an equipment list, game rules, a pitcher's guide, and a defense manual. It also features a Beep Baseball Podcast, with news and stories behind the game.
"This site provides information and resources that can enable people with disabilities to become as physically active as they choose to be."
NSCD is one of the nation's largest therapeutic recreational organizations. The site provides links and resources, including a list of adaptive programs around the country.