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Adaptive Sports and Recreation – Houston Texas
METROPOLITAN MULTI-SERVICE CENTER
The Metropolitan Multi-Service Center was built in 1982 and transferred from the City of Houston Health Department to the Houston Parks and Recreation Department in 2006. H.P.A.R.D.’s Adaptive Recreation Section was created at this time to offer a variety of recreational, sporting and quality of life programming for people with disabilities.
Opportunities include structured classes, a fitness room, a full court gym, an indoor heated pool for use by people with disabilities, a beep baseball field, a tennis court, a quarter-mile outdoor trail, and an urban garden.
Facilities and Programs Include:
The Vale-Asche Foundation Playground
Accessible Fitness Center
The Metropolitan Multi-Service Fitness Center is specifically designed to be used by adults with a physically disability including visually impaired and blind who are able to function independently. The facility is equipped with wheelchair accessible upper body weight equipment along with cardio machines to get your heart pumping. Pre-registration and a safety briefing are required before using this facility.
ADAPTIVE RECREATION PROGRAMS
Adaptive Aquatics Program
Adult Wheelchair Basketball
Adult Wheelchair Rugby
Youth Wheelchair Basketball