Special Needs Lacrosse Clinics

The Long Island Chapter of US Lacrosse ( LIMLF ) hosts  free Special Needs Lacrosse Clinic at the different sites on Long Island during the year  These clinics are by Coaches Alden, Bob and many volunteers from all ages.  Some volunteers are from local high schools and colleges.  
 
—  Clinics are open to Special Needs Children and young adults (ages 5 and up ) of all abilities.
 
— Participants will be grouped by age and ability.
 
— If your child owns a lacrosse stick or equipment, please bring it. If not, a stick will be provided by the LIMLF Outreach Program.
 
— Time and Dates will be listed
 
COST : FREE !!!
 
*** If you know of anyone with special needs who may be interested in attending our Lacrosse Clinic, if you are interested in volunteering, or if you have any questions, please contact Mike Nelson at (516)241-3680 or email : mikenelson1021@gmail.com
 
On Sunday, October 19th, the LIMLF conducted a Special Needs Clinic, which was hosted by Coach Greg Taylor and the men’s team of Suffolk County Community College. There were 17 kids of all ages and abilities in attendance, and the Sharks of SCCC did a great job of teaching them the great game of lacrosse. A lot of fun was had by all! Thanks to Coach Taylor, his assistant coaches and his players for a great day.

If interested in volunteering, please fill out the form below:

Such a great group!!
The Summer Knights
Sean showing great form!

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