Play Beyond Expectations

“The will to win, the desire to succeed, the urge to reach your full potential…these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.”

Let those with Dis+Abilities Do Just That

Play Beyond Expectations

We provide the special and fun environment for adults with disabilities to develop in ways that they have never been allowed to try – helping to prove, and improve, their sports skills and life skills,

To have fun while growing and developing –

to be better than they, or anyone, expects them to be.

to do more than they, or anyone, expects them to do.

to make life better, for themselves and others,

than they, or anyone, expects them to.

increasing their independence and work possibilities


Big News!  We at Play Beyond Expectations 

are currently setting up our Spring program outdoors


Play Beyond Expectations is hosting

fun (COVID safe) outdoor sessions in JUNE

for adults (18+) with disabilities, and cohorts

Have fun safely and together


Players and volunteers experience fun and success Beyond their Expectations in the gym,

and now we are also going outside to get the joy of success


Activities include floor hockey and pickleball skills, and stretching for everyday living and laughing.  

Athletes in cohort? Good.  Drills adjusted to skill levels.


Only 6 cohorts are scheduled per session on Mondays, June 7 and 14 

at Esquimalt Recreation Centre lacrosse box. Choose - 1-2pm, or 2:30-3:30 pm.


In keeping with COVID standards, all will play within cohorts of 2-4 people at appropriately spaced skill-stations. All cohort members play.  AND IT IS FREE


Members of the cohort can be from the family, support workers, group home, day program, or school.  With six fun/skill stations, cohorts will rotate to each station. 


Register at then follow the registration button or click on the link:


VOLUNTEERS needed.  SKILL DEMONSTRATORS  - hockey, pickleball, effective stretches   STATION SUPPORT  cleaning, chasing errant balls, etc. USHERS

 Volunteers register with Brian

Volunteers get to play the stations at orientation and after 2nd session each week.

 Info: Brian at 250-857-4017 or b[email protected]



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