Autism Society Lehigh Valley   |   P.O. Box 3523, Allentown, PA 18106   |   610-751-6532

Sports for Our Kids


Equi-librium Horseback Riding
The mission of Equi-librium is to empower individuals with special needs to reach their highest potential through horse-related activities.

Good Shepherd Karate Academy
Accommodative Okinawan Karate school specializing in students with disabilities in Allentown.
Contact: Catherine Cesco-Cancian at

Lehigh Valley TOP Soccer Club
Lehigh Valley TOPSoccer Club was founded by the parent of a child with special needs who felt that the existing soccer programs did not even come close to meeting the needs of aspiring players with special needs. Lehigh Valley TOPSoccer Club is the only club in the Lehigh Valley dedicated 100% to offering the game of soccer to children with special needs. TOPSoccer is open to children with disabilities.

Miracle League

The Miracle League of the Lehigh Valley was created to serve a growing population of children with special needs. Through the efforts of a dedicated board and a caring community, children with disabilities will be able to participate in a baseball league of their own starting in the summer of 2006.

Special Olympics Bethlehem County
What gives a community "heart"?  It's the goodness of the people in it and Bethlehem's community spirit and heart is strong!  These are the people that make up the coaches, volunteers, athletes, and sponsors of Bethlehem Special
Olympics ("BSO"). Due to their generosity,there is never a charge to the athletes to participate in the program.  

Special Olympics Lehigh County
What makes Special Olympics so special? The goal of this movement is twofold: (1) to bring intellectual disabilities out of the darkness and into the light of public acceptance and understanding, and (2) to give all persons with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to become useful and productive citizens who are accepted and respected in their communities.

Special Olympics Northampton County
Northampton County Special Olympics is open to School-aged students within Colonial Intermediate 20 who have an identified intellectual disability or cognitive delay. The Young Athletes Program offers younger athletes (ages 2 ½ - 7) the opportunity to develop the skills necessary to participate in our School Based Program, while our Community Based Programs allow school-aged students and past graduates the opportunity to further develop their skills.

Sports for Special Kids
The mission of Sports For Special Kids is to offer an amateur level baseball program for children and young adults, male and female, with Down Syndrome, Autism, ADD/HD or other types of developmental disorders that would prevent the athlete from participating in any other organized program.

 Disclaimer: This is a list compiled for your perusal. Autism Society LV does not approve or disapprove any of the programs.