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The Therapeutic Recreation Complex provides a variety of adapted sports for youth and adults so that every person, regardless of ability, has an equal opportunity to participate in sports and recreation in their community. Adapted sports give athletes with physical and visual impairments avenues to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, including competition, recreation and educational programs. For more information about our current program offerings, see the Upcoming Events and Programs section or contact Diana Holm at (561) 966-7020,  dholm@pbcgov.org.​​ 

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Programs and Upcoming E​vents

Inaugural Blind Sports Day
blind sports day
unique opportunity for all community members to experience sports for individuals with visual impairment and blindness. This event is in partnership with Endless Possibilities for the Disabled, Inc. Adults and children (ages 6+), with or without visual impairment or blindness, are invited to a FREE interactive day playing four different blind sports: Beep Baseball, Beep Kickball, Boccia and Goalball. All participants will receive an eyeshade that they will use while participating in the sports throughout the day. Eyeshades are used when playing sports designed for individuals who are blind or visually impaired to help ensure that everyone participating has the same level of vision during the games. Participants will also have the opportunity to meet local community athletes who currently participate in these sports. ​

Event Date: Saturday, October 14, 2023
Event Time: 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m
Fee: Free

Wheelchair Rugby
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Looking for a high contact sport? Want to improve your physical strength and endurance? Join the South Florida Rattlers team! Wheelchair Rugby is a fast-paced sport that will feed a highly competitive spirit. The South Florida Rattlers team travels and competes in games and tournaments throughout the year. Anyone interested in playing the sport or just learning more about it is encouraged to stop by during practice times to check out the action. Equipment is available for use. Ages: 16+

Wheelchair Sports/Equipment Rentals
Interested in participating in Wheelchair Sports?  We are actively recruiting individuals interested in participating in lacrosse​, wheelchair rugby, cycling,  boccia and more. Sports wheelchairs, including hand-cycles are available for use. Call Diana Holm at (561) 966-7020 for information regarding equipment rentals and practice times.​

Contact Information

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