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Providing sports and recreational activities for children and adults with a permanent physical disability to ensure opportunities equal to their able-bodied peers.
Core Programs and Activities
Year-Round Adaptive Sports (YRS)
Year Round league sports programs are offered to people of all ages and include wheelchair basketball, sled hockey, and sitting volleyball.
Originally just one team, the program has quickly grown to include multiple competitive and recreational levels, including:
Recreational 12 and under (multi sport)
Wheelchair basketball (youth and Adult)
Sitting Volleyball (youth and adult)
Sled Hockey (youth and adult)
Junior Adaptive Sports Camp
Children, ages 4-18, attend a five-day adaptive sports camp. Campers have the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of a number of adaptive sports and further develop their skills. Sports include wheelchair basketball, tennis, archery, swimming, rugby, soccer, handcycling, sailing, water tubing, outrigger canoeing, kayaking and more. The camp’s goal is to help establish the building blocks of an active life through the introduction and skill development of adaptive sports.