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COVID-19 Update

Shelter In Place: Most Classes/Services Online through Fall Semester

Contact Information

Hours: Monday-Friday
8am - 5pm
Phone: 831.479.6379
Fax: 831.479.6393* temporarily inactive
Virtual Fax: 831.477.3738
TTY: 831.479.6421
(for hearing impaired)
Location: Outside Room 1073,
Upstairs behind the library in The Hub.
Students on campus


Adaptive Physical Education

Adaptive Physical Education is the art and science of developing and implementing a carefully designed instructional program for a learner with any physical disability. Special attention is given to individualized educational goals of each student who may not safely or successfully engage in the activities of regular physical education or sports programs. Cabrillo's strong program offers swimming, weight bearing and strength development, gait training, tennis, yoga, aerobics, field sports and bowling. Faculty and staff utilize teaching methods that adapt the skills to the student and their functional ability.
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Stroke and Disability Learning Center

The Stroke and Disability Learning Center is a unique educational program designed for people with physical and/or neurological disabilities who want to learn the skills necessary to pursue personal educational goals and maximize participation in community life. The program includes courses in adaptive physical education,mobility and fitness; speech, language and communications; and stress management and counseling. Based on an integrated educational approach, students participate in activities according to interest and abilities in a learning community of supportive instructors and peers.

Adults with physical disabilities such as stroke survivors, people with multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, arthritis, brain injuries and other acquired disabling conditions are invited to enroll in the Orientation class to determine their educational goals and develop a Student Educational Contract (SEC). Physician verification of disability is required for admission. Please call the Center at 831-477-3300 for more information about how to enroll.
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* College Connection  

College Connection is a program of county mental health designed to assist Santa Cruz adult mental health consumers in achieving their educational goals at Cabrillo College. We build on an individual's strengths and abilities by providing encouragement, stability, coaching, network building and self-management skills, as well as information, referrals and guidance. For more information, telephone (831) 479-6512.
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