January 10th, 2022

Upcoming Love Serving Autism In-Person and Virtual Classes

Community Tennis News Adaptive

Love Serving Autism, the non-profit organization providing specialized therapeutic programs focusing on tennis in Florida and beyond, is offering several in-person and virtual classes for autistic players in the coming months. The organization offers tennis, communication and life skills for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders and developmental challenges.

Current & Upcoming Community-Based Programs:
  • Jan. 14 – Jan. 28 – Boca Raton, Patch Reef Park Tennis Center (11 & older)
  • Jan. 14 – Feb. 18 – Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center
  • Jan. 15 – Jan. 29 – Boca Raton, Patch Reef Park Tennis Center (10 & under)
  • Jan. 15 – Feb. 19 – Gainesville, Jonesville Tennis Center
  • Jan. 15 – Feb. 26 – Boynton Beach, Boynton Beach Tennis Center
  • Jan. 15 – Feb. 26 – Coral Springs, Cypress Park Tennis Center
  • Jan. 15 – Feb. 26 – Delray Beach, Delray Beach Tennis Center
  • Jan. 15 – Feb. 26 – Plantation, Frank Veltri Tennis Center
  • Jan. 15 – Feb. 26 – Wellington, Wellington Tennis Center
  • Jan. 16 – Feb. 20 – Palm Beach Gardens, Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center
  • Jan. 22 – Feb. 26 – Orlando, University of Central Florida (ages 7-11)
  • Jan. 22 – Feb. 26 – Orlando, University of Central Florida (ages 12-18)
  • Feb. 13 – Mar. 20 – Zephyrhills, Sarah Vande Berg Tennis and Wellness Center
  • Feb. 19 – Mar. 26 – Greenacres, Samuel J. Ferrari Community Park
  • TBA – Cocoa Beach, Racquet Club of Cocoa Beach
  • TBA – Jupiter, Jonathan’s Landing Golf Club
  • TBA – Pensacola, Roger Scott Tennis Center
  • TBA – St. Petersburg, Bardmoor Golf & Country Club
  • TBA – Vero Beach, Riverside Park Racquet Complex
  • TBA – West Palm Beach, Gaines Community Park

 

For more information about these programs, registration information and the latest program offerings, please visit the LSA Program Registration page. To learn more about Love Serving Autism, visit www.LoveServingAutism.org or check out the organization’s Facebook page.

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