Adaptive Recreation

Redmond Adaptive Recreation is working to offer a variety of programs for children and adults of all ages with both cognitive disabilities and physical disabilities. The Adaptive Recreation program is constantly looking for partnerships, volunteers, contractors, and is looking to building fun and educational in-housing recreation programs.

*DSHS and DDA billing is not available for Redmond Recreation programs unless a city contractor or partner manages and accepts through their own billing system.

The City of Redmond does have a scholarship program in place, and is committed to everyone having access to programs. Please contact Guest Services at 425-556-2300 for more information about our scholarship program.

Link to Scholarship Application:

Adaptive Recreation Application

Redmond HUB with Bridge of Promise

Redmond HUB is an exciting day program for adults with special needs. Weekly curriculum includes education and fun in Arts, Science, Math, Cooking, Sports, and includes daily excursions to destinations around Redmond and beyond. This unique program is run under contract with Bridge of Promise, a non-profit leader in educational, social and recreational opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.

Bridge of Promise

For more information about the program availability or to register, please contact Bridge of Promise, Jody Richey, or at (425) 549-0500.

*Bridge of Promise does accept DSHS and DDA Billing

Trips and Tours

Trips and Tours program is designed to make some of the most exciting destinations and experiences in the Pacific Northwest accessible to Adults with both cognitive and physical disabilities. Past trips and tours have been: Point Defiance Zoo, Theo Chocolate Factory, Thunderbird Hockey Game, Northwest Trek, local concerts, movies, exploring local restaurants, and much, much more!


Socials are designed to get participants of the special needs community together and having fun! Socials range from movies, potlucks, holiday celebrations, game nights, and dances.

Adaptive Recreation Sports Leagues

The projected League offerings for 2018 are Soccer (March-May), Beach Volleyball (June-August), Ultimate Frisbee (September-November), and Basketball (November-February). Adaptive Sports are offered seasonally for teens and adults with intellectual and/or development disabilities, and include regular practices and games. While sport specific skills and drills are covered, teamwork and fun are emphasized.

Adaptive Youth Programs                    

We are hard at work developing and exploring additional programs for children and teens with special needs. If you have an idea or program request for Youth Adaptive Recreation programs please contact the Adaptive and Nature Coordinator at 425-556-2330.

Activity Guide

Soccer Adaptive Recreation
Adaptive Recreation
Contact Us

If you have general questions about any of these programs please contact Guest Services by phone at 425-556-2300 or by e-mail at

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