The City of Altamonte Springs Special Needs Recreation and the Advisory Board for the Disabled, Inc. provide social and recreational activities at a minimal cost to the mentally and physically challenged population, ages 13 and up, in Altamonte Springs and surrounding communities.
Activities Coordinator:
Ranwa Nin El-Khoury
Phone: (407) 571-8814
Fax: (407) 571-8809
225 Newburyport Ave.
Altamonte Springs, 32701

Emergency Cell Phone:
If you need to contact us immediately while a program is in session, call (321) 303-5255.

Activity Locations:

Eastmonte Park
830 Magnolia Drive
Altamonte Springs, 32701

Westmonte Park
624 Bills Lane
Altamonte Springs, 32714

AMF Altamonte Lanes
280 Douglas Ave.
Altamonte Springs, 32714

Lake Brantley South Gym
1010 Sand Lake Road
Altamonte Springs, 32714
Swim Lessons
Session 5 | August 4 - 14

Swim lesson sessions are designed to meet the needs of each individual by offering classes with 1-on-1 instruction. Sessions are for ages 3 and up. Registration for Session 5 is now open. Financial assistance is available. For a full list of registration and session dates, visit our website.


Practices are August 4, 11, 18 and 25 from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Altamonte AMF Lanes. Scores are recorded throughout the year. Cost is $2 per game and includes shoes.

Bowling: Special Olympics Competition

Best of luck to our bowlers who are representing Altamonte Recreation in the Special Olympics County Games competition on Saturday, August 9. More information is available online.

Belly Dancing

Practices are August 13 and 27 from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Eastmonte Park.

Cheerleading Coaches Needed
The Altamonte Sparklers are a group of male and female cheerleaders with special needs who have been training and competing since 2005. Practices are held on Sundays during October-April from 2:45 to 6:00 p.m.

If you have time to spare, upper body strength, dance experience or just a willingness to serve, then we need you! Sign up before August 17. Coaches training is scheduled for late September.

Click to see our cheerleaders in action.
The Clubhouse: Summer Session

The Clubhouse participants recently learned about giving back to their community. They learned about the hunger problem across the globe and packaged meals with Change This World for people in Honduras. Together they packaged 2886 meals!

Visit our Facebook Page to see photos of great Clubhouse moments.

Programs Held in January to June

Altamonte Springs Recreation would like to thank you for participating in our Special Needs Programs this Winter and Spring. If you took part in any STOP Trips, Nightbird Dances, Bowling or Thursday Night Out, we hope that you enjoyed your experience as much as we did. So that we can continue to improve and better serve you in the future, we ask that you take a moment and complete this survey as we truly value and appreciate your feedback.

Please click here to take survey.

Fall/Winter 2014 Newsletter
See what great events we have planned for September through December in the 2014 Fall/Winter Newsletter.
Thank You to Our Sponsors
Thank you to the many sponsors who make our events possible:
  • The Advisory Board for the Disabled, Inc.
  • Oviedo-Winter Springs Optimist Club
  • Oom Yung Doe
  • Central Florida Community Arts
  • Orlando Circle of Friends
  • Olive Garden Altamonte Springs
  • Carmella's Pizza in Longwood
For full details on all activities and programs, visit

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