Specialized Recreation and Inclusion Services
Specialized Recreation and Inclusion Services offers a variety of programs for individuals with developmental and/or physical disabilities. Programs are designed to meet the needs and interests of the participants. We offer a variety of programs, including Adapted Aquatics, Social Clubs, Special Olympics sports opportunities, Wheelchair Sports, Summer Camps & Track-Out programs, programs for individuals with Visual Impairments, etc. Please review our program listings for more information. Some eligibility restrictions may apply. Please note that non-resident fees currently do not apply to our programs. For more information on how to receive program information, please contact us via email or at 919-996-2147.
Additionally, Specialized Recreation and Inclusion Services provides Inclusion and/or Medical Support to individuals with disabilities and/or medical conditions who request modifications to participate in other Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources programs. The Raleigh Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department welcomes the participation of all individuals, including those with disabilities or special needs. We are committed to compliance with the ADA and provide reasonable modifications to facilitate program participation. We request that modification requests are made 2 weeks in advance, so we can communicate and prepare appropriate modifications. To request a modification or for more information, please contact us via email or at 919-996-2147.
Specialized Recreation Services offers many programs to meet the recreational needs of youth, teens, young adults, and adults with developmental disabilities.Learn more about Specialized Programs
Inclusion Services supports access to typical programs for participants with disabilities by offering reasonable and appropriate accommodations to the participant.Learn more about Inclusion Services
Special Olympics Wake County
Special Olympics Wake County provides year-round sport training and athletic competition for individuals with intellectual disabilities, at no cost to the athlete.Learn more about Special Olympics Wake County