Disneyland also offers Community Involvement Program, which allows
children with disabilities to enter the park for $19.00. To obtain
information contact your Regional Center Service Provider.
Web site: www.disneyland.com
Phone: (714) 781-4565
Legoland offers a ride exit pass. This pass entitles the
holder and their guests to enter the rides through the exits, allowing
them to bypass the line. A letter from a doctor stating the child’s
disability is required. Legoland also offers a Disabled ticket for
children with severe disabilities for $17.00. The ticket allows the
escort of the child to enter free of charge. A letter from a doctor
stating the child’s disability is required.
Web site: www.lego.com/legoland/california
San Diego Park & Recreation Therapeutic Recreation Program
Organized activities for various age groups for children
with special needs. Siblings and friends welcome. Sunday programs and
Web site: www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/activities/dsa.shtml
Phone: (619) 525-8247
San Diego Zoo/ Wild Animal Park
The Zoo offers a pass called for children with special
needs. The pass is $19.00. This pass allows the escort of the child to
enter free of charge. A letter from a doctor stating the child’s
disability is required.
Web site: www.sandiegozoo.org
Phone: (619) 231-1515 x4900
Sea World offers an escort pass for children with special
needs. The annual pass is $59.99, which allows the child’s escort to
get in free of charge. The pass also allows one to park free of charge.
A letter from a doctor stating the child’s disability is required.
Web site: www.seaworld.com/seaworld/ca
Phone: (619) 226-3900 x2046
Surf Camp for Children with Autism
Surf Camp for Children with Autism is co-sponsored by the San Diego
County Chapter of the ASA (SDASA) in collaboration with Aqua Pros Swim
School of San Diego. Each August, children and adults with autism may
attend a 4 day long surf camp held at the La Jolla Shores Beach. Each
child is paired with surf/swim instructor. There are other daily beach
activities such as arts and crafts, paddle ball, and boogie boarding.
This is a popular camp and fills quickly. Registration for the camp
begins in early April and there is typically a waiting list for this
program. Please contact the SDASA for further information.
The SDASA holds various fund raisers throughout the year to help off
set the cost of the camp. Your participation and financial support is
greatly needed and appreciated. It will enable us to continue this
popular and much needed camp.
Welcome to Surfers Healing-A free surf camp for children with autism
Surfers Healing seeks to enrich the lives of children
with autism and the lives of their families by exposing
them to the unique experience of surfing.
Web site: surfershealing.org