Campoffers children, teens and young adults the opportunity to explore new places, make new friends, and try new things. At Camp Leaps n Boundz we make every camp day one to remember. Our day camp hours are Monday-Friday, 9:00 AM-2:00 PM.
During each camp day, pro-social behaviors and socialization are encouraged to help make those lasting camp relationships! There is a separate camp calendar and a service learning component to our Adult Campeach week to help foster the transition skills they are currently working on.
If you have any questions about Summer Camp, please contact:
We are now scheduling 1:1 gym sessions for the school year! To reserve your prime time spot at your preferred location please contact Joclynn@leapsnboundz.com or call the main office at 310.821.0963
Water Safety and Instruction
Our winter Aquatics program is still accepting new interest! Secure your spot in one of our indoor locations, or enjoy the cool weather outdoors in our outdoor pool! We offer classes Thursday, Friday and Saturday between Culver City and Santa Monica. If you wish to receive more information, please contact us at 310.821.0963 at Info@leapsnboundz.com
Join us for an exclusive evening for people with disabilities and their families. This will be a tranquil evening where guests can explore the exhibits and enjoy the nighttime lighting of the Aquarium. All animal exhibits will be open with the exception of Lorikeet Forest.
*Advance reservations are required. Capacity is limited and this event usually fills up quickly.
Location: Aquarium of the Pacific, 100 Aquarium Way, Long Beach, CA 90802
Sometimes those living with Alzheimer’s, dementia or autism go missing. Los Angeles County is proud to partner with Project Lifesaver to help find them when it happens.
Project Lifesaver provides a voluntary system of trackable bracelets for at-risk individuals. The bracelet works by emitting a radio frequency (RF) signal every couple of seconds.
When an individual wearing a bracelet goes missing, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department deploys a specially equipped team to assist with search and rescue. Weather permitting, the Sheriff’s Department can also deploy helicopter with receivers to assist the ground search team and help expedite locating the missing person.
Clothes with itchy tags and seams and uncomfortable details? For kids with sensory processing sensitivities, they can make getting dressed in the morning a big obstacle for the entire family. That’s just one thing Target designer Stacey Monsen and her colleagues learned as they talked to guests while designing new pieces for our Cat & Jack kids’ clothing assortment—a limited selection of sensory-friendly pieces.
Available exclusively atTarget.com, the pieces include heat-transferred labels in place of tags, flat seams, and one-dimensional graphic tees, all designed to minimize discomfort when in contact with the skin. The pieces are based on existing Cat & Jack styles, combining both fashion with function … all at affordable prices. This fall, we’ll expand Cat & Jack even further to include adaptive pieces to help address the needs of children living with disabilities.