Recreation Center

Recreation activities are an important aspect of life as they help reduce stress and energize and strengthen a person’s body, mind, and spirit. There are endless recreation choices including playing or listening to music, traveling, watching movies, gardening, participating or watching sports, sewing, playing games, photography, and more. Commonly, people with autism spectrum disorder have restricted and focused interests, difficulty communicating and interacting with others, and sensitivities to various aspects of the environment. This can greatly impact interest and participation in recreation activities. Use the tools and resources in the Recreation Center to find ways to support and expand recreation and leisure activities.

Recreation/Fitness Center

Camps

Amusements

Swimming Pools

Parks, Zoos, and Aquariums

Playgrounds

Additional Kohl's Autism Awareness Recreation Resources

External Links

Patient Stories

  • “I knew the program had everything I needed to take control of my diabetes again, and I knew that this time, I was ready.”

    Ariely
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  • They are the sweetest people; so patient as they would help me and they love Benjamin.

    Benjamin
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  • I loved rec therapy most, said Nick. Playing games and hanging out with Burton [CSH’s facility dog] was the best part.

    Nicholas
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