Other Recreational

Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo
The Palo Alto Junior Museum & Zoo is a place where children and their caregivers come to explore, discover, create, play, and get curious about science and nature. They have a special program called Super Family Sundays for families who have children with physical disabilities and learning differences. They support Access and Inclusion, you can find details in this Brochure

Kids With Dreams
Kids with Dreams is an organization of Stanford students dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with special needs. Through weekly programs, the organization networks Stanford volunteers with community organizations and to connect them with children and young adults with special needs. Through fun activities like playing soccer, swimming, rehearsing a play, making arts and crafts, and practicing dance moves, volunteers and kids alike get to have a blast while building skills and friendships that are meaningful to all.

Shared Adventures
Founded on the belief that recreation, fun, challenge and access to the outdoors are an essential part of a healthy and fulfilling life, Shared Adventures is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people living with disabilities.

Borella Driving School
Patrick Borella is a graduate from the University of California, Berkeley. He has been teaching behind the wheel drivers training since 2001 and working with Neurodiversity and disabilities since 2006.

Super Kids (Silicon Valley Soap Box Derby)
The National Super Kids is a nationwide program to promote Soap Box Derby racing for children with disabilities. The Silicon Valley National Super Kids races are held in conjunction with the local race event held in May of each year.