Special Needs Recreational Fitness Programs
SABAH works with special needs athletes of all ages through a number of community programs open to students throughout the Buffalo-Niagara area and Western New York.
And thanks to the kindness of the Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo’s own lacrosse team, the Buffalo Bandits, we have the space we need to offer a variety of athletic activities such as ice skating, soccer, volleyball, and track and field. The classes provide skilled and experienced instructors, including a New York State Certified Physical Education teacher.
From December through March, SABAH’s adaptive ice hockey program provides individuals with special needs the opportunity to learn basic skating and hockey skills in a relaxed and non-threatening environment.
SABAH’s traditional evening and weekend program offers weekly recreational ice skating to individuals with special needs challenged by physical, cognitive, and/or emotional disability.
Fit and Fun provides a physical education program for adults challenged by disability, with activities such as volleyball, disc golf, t-ball, football, floor hockey, and other “family-style” backyard games.