Community and Recreation Resources

Should I be involved in my community?

  • Being involved in your community is beneficial for both the caretaker and the child. Exploring what your community has to offer can bring new connections and a better quality of life. St. Louis is a vibrate community full of inspiring stories and resources. ABA Consulting Services is proud to be based in such a diverse and powerful area.  



*We want to provide you with community and recreation resources. The more tools you have as a primary care giver the better experience your child will have. 

We in no way are affiliating ourselves with these organizations or their actions. Because of this we can not guarantee that they will be a fit for your needs as every situation is different. To work with these organizations you will have to contact them individually. 

For more information call our intake line


Forest Lake Tennis and Swim Club

Forest Lake Swim and Tennis Center is hosting their first-ever tennis course for kids with special needs! They are equipped to support a wide variety of needs. They are currently enrolling new kids and are hoping to grow the program in the future! 



CHAMP Assistance Dogs, Inc.

"CHAMP Assistance Dogs, aka C.H.A.M.P. Assistance Dogs, Inc., is a nonprofit organization which places skilled service dogs with people who have disabilities to help them lead lives of greater independence, and places facility dogs with professionals who utilize their dogs' special skills in healthcare facilities, courthouses, and children’s advocacy centers."

Contact: 314-653-9466

Address: 4910 Parker Road, Florissant, MO 63033

Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc.

Equine-Assisted Therapy, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to providing therapeutic horseback riding activities for individuals with disabilities within the St. Louis area. In 1999, Ginni Hartke embarked on a 4.5 year journey through mountains of paperwork to create Equine-Assisted Therapy. Throughout the years, Ginni and her husband Gary have worked tirelessly alongside hundreds of volunteers to create the thriving and effective program that you see today."

Contact: 314-221-3642

Address: 13525 Clayton Road, Town & Country, MO 63141

Address: 3369 Highway Suite 109, Wildwood, MO 63038 

Ride On St. Louis 

"At Ride On St. Louis we promote health and enrich lives through love, joy and holistic healing. We are a comprehensive therapy, conditioning and learning non-profit organization serving adults and children with disabilities, veterans and youth in and around the St. Louis area."

Contact: 636-464-3408

Address: 6008 Windsor Harbor Lane, Kimmswick, MO 63053

Therapeutic Horsemanship 

"To improve the lives of individuals with disabilities and their families through Therapy, Recreation, Education and Exploration."

Contact: 636-332-4940

Address: 332 Stable Lane, Wentzville, MO 63385 

Kids Enjoy Exercise Now (KEEN) 

"KEEN’s mission: providing free recreational opportunities to children and young adults with disabilities by pairing them with trained volunteers for fun, noncompetitive activities."

Contact: 314-259-5980

Team Activities for Special Kids (T.A.S.K.)

"The mission of Team Activities for Special Kids, or TASK, is to enrich the lives of kids with special needs by providing athletic and social opportunities."

Contact: 636-343-TASK(8275)

Address: 980 Horan DR , Fenton, MO 63026

The Special Needs Soccer Association - SPENSA

"This program is open to any boy or girl with a disability, ages 5-21. It is designed to bring the excitement and fun of playing soccer to players who traditionally have not had a place in the youth soccer system."

Contact: 314-894-1339

Address: P.O Box 190123, St. Louis, MO 63119

St. Louis Challenger Baseball 

"A chance for kids to come together as a team and be cheered.
We don't count outs and we don't count runs.
Everybody plays. Everybody scores. Everybody wins."

Contact: 314-822-2518

Address: 402 N. Geyer Road, St. Louis, MO 63122

Recreation Council of Greater St. Louis 

"We provide individuals with developmental disabilities with the opportunity to have fun, be active, socialize, gain independence and discover their life’s passion."

St. Louis County Office:

Contact: 314-726-6044

Address: 200 S Hanley Suite 518, St. Louis, MO 63103 

St. Louis City Office:

Contact: 314-772-2299

Address: 2334 Olive St, St. Louis, Mo 63103

St. Charles Office:

Contact: 314-477-7704

Address: 60 Gailwood Dr. Suite C, St. Peters, Mo 63376

The Arya Foundation

"The Arya Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization that provides need-based adaptive equipment to children with special needs in Greater St. Louis. It was formed in memory of Arya, the daughter of two co-founders. Born on Valentines Day, she taught us unconditional love and giving. "

Contact: 314-445-ARYA

Address: P.O. Box 4443 ,Chesterfield, MO 63017 

Caring Solutions 

"Caring Solutions designs and provides services to meet the unique needs of people with developmental disabilities and their families, giving them the opportunity to lead fulfilling lives."

Contact: 314-942-7350

Address: 1852 Craig Park Ct., St. Louis, MO 63146 

Interested in learning more about our services?

Simply contact us or call us at 314-838-1465 to get started!