The Adapted Sports and Recreation Program at Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw, NY is kicking off Spring 2016 with a variety of exciting adapted events. Pre-registration is required for all activities by contacting Adapted Sports and Recreation Coordinator Matthew Castelluccio: 845-786-4950 | castellucciom@helenhayehosp.org. Equipment will be provided.

Adapted Bowling
Friday, April 8th – 2:30pm
Hi Tor Lanes, West Haverstraw, NY
*contact for pricing info & more dates

Helen Hayes Hospital Adapted Sports, Recreation & Living Expo
Saturday, April 9th – 11am-4pm
Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, NY
*FREE; no registration needed

Handcycling
Tues, April 26th &
Thurs, May 12th – 5:30-8pm
Rockland Lake State Park, Congers, NY
*FREE

GolfAbility
Monday, May 2nd, 9th, 16th & 23rd – 4-6pm
Helen Hayes Hospital GolfAbility
Driving Range, West Haverstraw, NY
*FREE

Adapted Sailing Clinic
Friday, May 20th – 11:30am-4pm
Nyack Boat Club, Nyack, NY
*FREE

Adapted Gardening with Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners
Saturday, May 21st – 10am-12:30pm
Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, NY
*FREE

Yoga
Wednesdays, 12:05-12:50pm
Year Round 4-Week Sessions
Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, NY
*contact for pricing info

Softball
Wednesday, June 8th – 5-7:30pm
Helen Hayes Hospital, West Haverstraw, NY
*FREE

Rowing Outdoor Clinic
Saturday, June 11th – 8-11am
Rockland Lake State Park, Congers, NY
*FREE

Fishing
Saturday, June 25th – 9am-1pm
Lake Hessian, Bear Mountain State Park,
Harriman, NY
*FREE; lunch provided

The Adapted Sports and Recreation Program at HHH is a four-season program that provides access to and education about adaptive sports and recreation activities for individuals of a wide range of abilities. The program is open to both former patients of the hospital as well as individuals with disabilities living in the community. Adapted activities offered during the year include gardening, handcycling, skiing, rowing, sailing, kayaking, rock climbing, softball, basketball, yoga, therapeutic horseback riding, and more. Contact Matthew Castelluccio for info: 845-786-4950