Join the Mosswood Teen Inclusion Center
Teen Inclusion Program CoordinatorBianca Posada
MOSSWOOD INCLUSION CENTER
3612 Webster Street, OAKLAND, CA 94609
Recreation Program Director - Bianca Posada, CTRS, email@example.com, 510-597-5064
Help us rebuild Mosswood Recreation Center! Donate to Oakland Parks and Recreation Foundation using the following link:
Mosswood Community Adventure Pre-K Playgroups (CAPP), serving youth ages 0 to 5 and their parents/caregivers, This playgroup is FREE and operates on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9:30am - 12:30pm in Classrooms 1 and 2 at Mosswood Recreation Center.
Mosswood Teen Inclusion Afterschool Program serving students ages 12-17. Contact Bianca Posada, CTRS at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Recreation Therapy Internship Program - we accept students from California State University, Sacramento, looking to obtain their recreation therapy certification. Supervised by CTRS.
Office hours: Monday through Friday 11am - 2pm
Program Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday 2-6pm
Wednesday 12 pm - 6 pm
This is the ideal afterschool program for teens ages 12+ with or without special needs who would benefit from a program led by Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists. Make new friends and play in a safe and welcoming environment! Enjoy cooking, games, art and crafts, gardening, sports, and community outings. Homework help provided upon request. Due to the specialized nature of this program spaces are limited so sign up today!
SPECIAL OLYMPICS SPORTS:
Adaptive Golf at Lake Chabot Golf Course, Monday evenings during the summer season
Adaptive Softball Wednesday evenings during the summer season.
We also provide citywide ADA accommodations and services. Please contact us Erin Burton, Departmental Access Coordinator, at email@example.com
The Inclusion Center provides an environment where people have an opportunity to shine regardless of their ability or disability. Our goal is to create an atmosphere of acceptance so that individuals with special needs acquire the confidence and skills to exercise their option to access mainstream programs and services. A component of our service is to include and educate people without disabilities so they may gain the benefit of knowing how to interact with their peers regardless of functioning level.