Serving as the voice and resource to the San Diego autism community.

for supporting our monthly family parties!

Thank you to

WHO?  Individuals 5 years and older

WHAT?  Each camper is paired with a
one-on-one aide who is experienced
​with persons with autism and surfing. 

WHEN?  
Click here for more information.

WHERE?  La Jolla Shores

WHERE?
Boys & Girls Club
4635 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92117

FEES:  Free, but a $5 donation is

requested to cover cost of food.

REGISTRATION:   None required.​

POOL PALS  IS COMPRISED OF 4 AQUATICS PROGRAMS:

​​Surf Camp

Surf Camp is open to San Diego County residents.  Membership in the Autism Society San Diego, and proof of diagnosis is required for enrollment.

Monthly Family Pool Parties

THANK YOU, GEICO, FOR SUPPORTING OUR FAMILY RECREATION PROGRAM

WHAT?  Bring the whole family to enjoy a swim in an indoor, heated pool along with pizza and refreshments.  Lifeguards are provided. For safety purposes, no flotation devices or arm “floaties” are permitted.

WHEN?  2nd Friday of the month - 6:00-8:00pm

Adaptive Swim Lessons

WHO?  Individuals 3 years and older

WHAT?  One on one swimming lessons for 1/2 hour, twice weekly for three months.  The lessons are provided by a trained, autism swim instructor for children and adults with autism.

WHEN?  Lesson times are scheduled individually for each student

WHERE?  

Aqua Pros Swim School @ Boys & Girls Club
4635 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92117

FEES:  Lessons are provided to Autism Society San Diego members at a reduced cost.  The Autism Society San Diego funds the remaining cost of the lessons. 

REGISTRATION:  Membership in the Autism Society San Diego is required for participation. For more information Call Aqua Pros at 619.209.2990 or  click here to visit the Aqua Pros website.

Aquatics Programs

The Autism Society San Diego in collaboration with Aqua Pros Swim School is dedicated to providing high quality, consistent aquatic programs for children and adults with autism and their families.

Because many families living in the area are near the ocean and swimming pools, it is of high priority to our organization that as many children and adults with autism learn to swim to avoid drowning.