Hudson Bay Day Program
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Hours: 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Monday to Friday
Program includes bowling, skiing, camping, horseshoes, walking, softball, active daily living, social skills and assisted community living.
Satellite program of the Porcupine Opportunities Program.
Hudson Bay Summer Leisure Program
Contact: Krista Bracken
Hudson Bay, SK S0E 0Y0
Work: (306) 865-2515
The Hudson Bay Summer Leisure Program is dedicated to providing summer leisure services to children and youth with special needs. Since 2002, the Hudson Bay Summer Leisure Program has provided an opportunity for physical activities that help maintain and develop physical strength and abilities for children and youth with special needs. It has also provided mental stimulation and challenge through activities such as going to the library, doing crafts, and playing games. The children and youth involved with the program over the past years have benefited socially from their interactions with the staff, other children and youth in the community, and with adults in the community. The Hudson Bay Summer Leisure Program is open to all children and youth ages three (3) to 19 with special needs in the Hudson Bay area. Parents, siblings, and friends are also encouraged to participate in the program.
- To enable children and youth with special needs to access social and recreational activities and facilities in the Hudson Bay area.
- To provide a source of respite for parents of children and youth with special needs.
- To enhance services available to children and youth with special needs in the Hudson Bay area.
- To promote inclusion and integration of children and youth with special needs into existing summer recreational activities, programs, events, and facilities.
- To involve parents, siblings, and friends as volunteers in specific activities such as a picnic or birthday party.
Athletes will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of competitions.
Special Olympics Saskatchewan actively supports, encourages and engages in the concept of integration. Special Olympics Saskatchewan is dedicated to supporting the rights for persons with an intellectual disability.
Events held throughout the year include 5 pin bowling, figure skating, athletics, swimming, basketball, gymnastics, softball, dance, horseshoes, equestrian, and curling.
Enriching the lives of Special Olympics Saskatchewan athletes through sport.
All persons with an intellectual disability are inspired to achieve their maximum potential and triumph through their participation in sport. All athletes are recognized and valued for their contributions to society.
Programs are athlete centered and based upon athlete needs. Programs are provided for all ability and age levels and demand active, physical participation. Improvements in physical fitness and sport skills are expected outcomes of participation.