The Greenburgh Parks and Recreation Department, in cooperation with the New York State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities, offers a variety of recreation programs for persons with developmental disabilities. Developmental disabilities include intellectual disabilities, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome and other neurological impairments.
The Town has made a progressive step in providing programs and services for individuals with developmental disabilities. Under the Department of Parks and Recreation, a full-time Director of Special Recreation, Noel Broccoli, administers and coordinate activities for residents who are disabled in the unincorporated area of Greenburgh and the incorporated Villages of Ardsley, Dobbs Ferry, Elmsford, Hastings, Irvington, and Tarrytown. The Director is the Recreation Inclusion Officer for all concerns regarding disabilities.
The Town and the six incorporated Villages have entered into an inter-municipal agreement to share facilities and resources for providing therapeutic recreation activities for our developmentally disabled residents.
For more information, please contact Noel Broccoli at 914-989-1815 or by email at email@example.com
Mondays, January – February
This is a beginner clinic for those players who are brand new to the game or have only played a few times. Don’t miss your chance to learn from ITPTA Teaching Pro in a small group setting!
Sundays, January – March
Participants are able to learn or build on basic basketball skills
Tuesdays, September – June
Participants are able to relax, stretch and perform basic yoga poses.
Saturdays, Spring (May – June) & Fall (September – October)
Participants are able to learn the basic skills of tennis
Wednesdays, June – July
Participants play a modified game of softball and afterwards come together for a BBQ with their families. Participants must be 16 and up in age.
Saturdays, September – June
Young adults have the opportunity to take local trips to local areas of interest for active/passive recreational activities. For example, movies, lunch, apple picking, bowling etc.)
Participants must 16 and up in age.
Monday-Friday, July 1 – August 9th from 9:00-3:00pm at Ardsley High School
Participants participate in a variety of activities throughout the day such as sports, arts & crafts, tennis, swimming (free swim-no lessons) and trips.
For more information, please contact Noel Broccoli at