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Special Aces Tennis Starts Next Week – Limited Spaces Still Available!

The Prospect Park Tennis Center will offer group tennis instruction for children with special needs this month. Their amazing staff of tennis professionals and physical and occupational therapists will provide children with the individual attention they need to enjoy the experience of tennis.

The Special Aces usually run during the year but for the first time they are offering summer sessions from July 9 – 12 and July 16-19, Monday through Thursday: 4 – 6 p.m.

Going to be out of town for one of the weeks? Only available on Thursdays this summer? You’re still in luck – since this is a new program players have the option of choosing how many and which days they’d like to attend during the two weeks of camp (advance registration is required). And the price is not bad either – between $30-60 per session depending on how many hours you sign up for.

Watch a short video about Special Aces

Read about Special Aces in NY Tennis Magazine

Tennis is one of the only sports that James hasn’t tried yet so he is very excited to start lessons next week. There are only a few spots left open, and unlike some of the other special needs sports advance registration is a must so that they can have the right amount of staff and equipment available for each session. You can go to http://www.prospectpark.org/visit/activities/tennis/special-aces to download a registration form. Feel free to email me or call the Paul at the tennis center (718-436-2500) for more info.

  1. Southern Gentleman
    July 7, 2012 at 8:05 am

    James is blessed to have a wonderful supporting family to seek out activities for him. I am visiting friends in New york and they had your blog booked marked so I spend this morning, reading, learning and enjoying.

    May I ask how the school selection process went ?

    • July 7, 2012 at 8:58 am

      Man, you’re making me spill a couple of beans 🙂 We were actually fortunate to find not one, but two great middle schools for James in NYC. I don’t want to jinx anything because we’re in the process of moving to a new neighborhood this summer (Which we need to do in order to seal the deal with one school in particular). Once this part is done I will tell all about our new school, our school search and our experience at our last school. Stay tuned!

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