The City of Saratoga has a variety of recreational opportunities for city residents of all ages. Their programs are more of a mainstreaming experience, although they will make as many reasonable accommodations as is practical.
The School of Imagination provides a small class size of 9-12 children with a student to teacher ratio of 4:1 or less. The curriculum consists of both structured and hands-on project learning opportunities tailored for ALL children.
San Jose Public Libary offers a number of programs and services:
For over 30 years Project Insight was RPD’s home for Adaptive Recreation programs.
San Andreas Regional Center is a community-based California state-funded program designed to serve persons with a developmental disability, as required by the Lanterman Developmental Disabilities Services Act.
The City of San José, Therapeutic Recreation Services (TRS) has provided recreation opportunities for persons with disabilities since 1972.
Parca has been enriching the lives of people with developmental disabilities since 1952. Our programs are designed to create a feeling of extended family to help people live as independently as possible and enjoy all that life has to offer.
The City of Palo Alto's Family Resources website section features a directory of resources including disability resources. under 'services', 'e-services'