Everyone deserves lasting memories and friendships throughout their lives. The Kelberman Center provides opportunities throughout the year that will begin and help foster these memories. We create inclusive opportunities for smiles, laughter and friendships that everyone deserves. These recreational opportunities are offered throughout the year starting at age 4-years-old and are inclusive to any community member. We offer fun activities that build on skill development and social experiences.

Activities support small groups, community inclusion, seasonal relevance and special occasions. Popular examples include art, bowling, swimming, cooking, fitness, archery, online groups such as cooking, art, music, adult groups, video game group and summer camps, just to name a few!

Many group costs can be covered through Kelberman Center Waiver Services as well as private pay. Prices vary, depending on the group. Community discount rates are offered and people of all abilities are welcome to attend our groups! If you are receiving services from another agency, ask your care manager to complete a referral to Kelberman Center Waiver Services

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To learn more about Recreation Programs, contact us below.

Sylvia Jaikin-Postal

Coordinator of Home & Community Based Services
Phone: (315) 797-6241 ext. 5906
Email Sylvia

Rachel Richie

Assist. Director of Community Services
Phone: (315) 797-6241 ext. 3908

Email Rachel

"There are many experiences here at The Kelberman Center that create learning opportunities for our families within their homes and out in the community. Our partnerships and positive growth seen working with local businesses and organizations have provided a wealth of practical experience, knowledge and skills to the people we support."
Sylvia Jaikin-Postal, Coordinator of Home & Community Based Services 

"Recreation provides the opportunity for everyone to be a part of something that is more than just a fun activity. It promotes friendships, socialization, creates memories and helps individuals grow to be independent. It is very rewarding to see a group of smiling faces excited to participate and interact with one another."
Rachel Richie, Assistant Director of Community Services

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