Programs for Adults with Disabilities
The Mandel JCC Program for individuals with disabilities provides opportunities for adults with emotional, physical and developmental disabilities and their families to take full advantage of nearly all of The Mandel JCC programs and services.
Everyone Wins Baksetball League (up to age 18)
Fridays, September 20 - October 18
Yes, I can Dance
A NEW dance class for people with Parkinson's Disease. Next session starts Sept. 22! Click here for details.
Special Needs Aquatic Therapy (Ages 2 – Adult)
Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 – 8 pm or Saturdays 10 am – 6 pm
$220 Mandel JCC members / $240 Community • 4 (45 min) sessions
Goals for this one-on-one program include an increase in muscle tone, strength, balance, coordination, range of motion, flexibility, spatial awareness & cardiovascular function. Additional goals include mastery of swimming skills, safety in/around water & decreased anxiety, stress, and fear of water. Aquatic equipment and therapeutic techniques used. Includes phone consultation, assessments, detailed list of goals and a treatment plan, followed by documentation of progress. Program run by Rec2connect, LLC. Call (330) 703-9001 to get started.
Personal Training for People with Disabilities
The Mandel JCC has qualified trainers that can work one-on-one with both adults and children with special needs who are members. This is an excellent way to work muscles and get toned in a safe, enjoyable way. You choose the time and day. Fees vary depending on the length of the session. If interested, contact Rich Zatta at (216) 831-0700, ext 1398.
Camp Chai for Adults with Disabilities
August 12-16, 2013 - A taste of Camp Wise for adults with special nedds. Escape to camp for the week and experience camp firsthand! Click here for details.
For more information on any of our programs for individuals with disabilities contact Carol Anne Cohen at (216) 831-0700, ext. 1354 or email@example.com.
This program is made possible through the generosity of The Constance M. and Philmore J. Haber Memorial Fund of the Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland which created a permanent restricted endowment fund at the Federation - the Mayer-Haber/Mandel JCC Fund. In addition a three-year start-up grant was secured from the TreuMart Fund.