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  • 815 South Utica Avenue, Tulsa, OK 74104
  • 918.584.8607
  • 815 South Utica Avenue, Tulsa, OK
  • 918.584.8607
The Center’s COVID19 Closure response and Inspire! Event

To ensure the safety of our members, guests, and staff The Center for Individuals with Physical challenges is currently closed due to COVID19 precautions. The Center is continuing to monitor the situation to determine when it is appropriate and safe to reopen. In addition The Center’s board and staff have decided it is in the best interest to cancel the Inspire! Event as the safety and well-being of members, guests and staff is always our top priority.

Recreation

Art Studio Pic

Many Offerings

Art & Leisure Crafts

See what classes are on the schedule this semester
here

Social & Leisure Interests

See what we are offering this semester
here

Upcoming Member Events

Check out our fun upcoming events
here

Recreation & leisure opportunities have been essential components of our mission since 1957. Recreation allows for socialization, building friendships, & reinitiating interests as well as developing new skills & practicing ways to adapt through daily activities.

Our adaptive recreation program provides 20+ classes in visual arts, leisure crafts, and social/leisure interests & encourages Members to be successful regardless of their level of physical challenge.

Our staff & volunteers offer classes in areas of:

  • Visual Arts 
    • Sculpture, Drawing, Painting & Ceramic Sculpture
  • Leisure Crafts 
    • Stained Glass, Ceramic Glazing, & Crochet & Knitting
  • Expressive Arts 
    • Performance Art, Creative Writing, Music Lessons
  • Social Activities
  • Computer Classes
    • We have a computer lab with accessible hardware for those with mobility impairments.
  • Leisure Education & Life Skills Training

These classes are a barrier free way for members to express themselves and indulge the human need to create. One member has said:

“When I was diagnosed with MS, I lost control of my life. I lost my job, by ability to drive and much of my independence. Being in art classes helped me realize that I was still capable of creating. Even though my hands don’t work the best, I can work clay and use a paint brush. It helped me find my self-worth.”

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