Families, come dive into “Splash Pals” with us here at Cayer Behavioral Group!
Summer may be coming to an end, but there is still plenty of time to have some fun in the sun! Splash Pals Adapted Aquatics allows kids with physical and developmental disabilities and their families to enjoy swimming in a safe and supportive environment!
Splash Pals Adapted Aquatics is excited to announce their new chapter serving individuals with disabilities in Tallahassee and surrounding communities! Splash Pals was originally started in 2013 by a group of healthcare students at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, FL and is focused on implementing aquatic activity programs for children, teens, and adults with various physical and developmental disabilities.
This summer, the Splash Pals chapter at Florida State University opened! They have partnered with the Capital Regional Family Health and Fitness Center to hold events. Splash Pals aims to improve the quality of life for not only the children but also their parents and caregivers, the students, and the community. Splash Pals at FSU has gotten off to a great start by providing social interaction, swimming, exercise, and play to numerous individuals with disabilities.
Want to find out more information about the “Splash Pals” program?
Visit www.SplashPals.com today to find helpful information!