2018 Red Ball Team Tennis ChallengeSaturday July 28, 2018 from 3-5PM @ Palm Beach Gardens Tennis Center
5110 117th Ct N, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418
Love Serving Autism is participating in a USTA Net Generation Red Ball Team Challenge event. It is an introduction to tennis competition offering a low-pressure team environment for the participants without an emphasis on instruction or results.
For event questions, please email: Lisa@loveservingautism.org
2018 LSA Fall Team Tennis Challenge FundraiserSunday - Nov 11, 2018, 11:30 AM - 2:30 PM @The Boca Raton Resort and Club
Please join us for the 2018 Love Serving Autism Fall Team Tennis Challenge Fundraiser at the beautiful Boca Raton Resort and Club! The tennis fundraiser includes an LSA demo kid’s clinic followed by a men’s and women’s mixed team competition format.
We will assign everyone a team closer to the event, if you have preferences of who you’d like on your team – please provide names and we will do our best to accommodate you!
*Please include your NTRP rating and/or current team level under comments when registering.*
A nominal credit card fee is charged to each entry (to ensure 100% of your ticket price goes to benefit the children).
My son has autism and tennis is the only sport he chooses to play. Love Serving Autism has given my child a chance to participate in tennis at his pace, at his level, and within his limitations. Not only does it promote activity, but it helps increase his motor skills, builds confidence, and he has a blast!Sona Shornden, Mom
Tennis Fosters Self-Esteem
Tennis Improves Fitness
Tennis Leads to Better Speed
Tennis Promotes Engagement
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Parents understand how difficult it is to find community-based sports and activities for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders.
Let’s look at tennis. Tennis is an individual sport that can provide youth with physical and cognitive developmental tools. It also builds self-esteem through peer interaction and socialization as well as develops language skills.
Figuring things out on his/her own helps to improve cognitive skills and each student can fine-tune motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Each student has his/her own set of needs and lessons can be tailored to fit all children with special needs.