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Adaptive Bowling
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Blazesports
BlazeSports is a program that offers high quality sports instruction, training, and competition opportunities to children and adults with physical disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, have a neuro-muscular disability such as cerebral palsy or spina bifida, have an amputation, or have a visusal impairment. Sports include wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, wheelchair rugby, swimming, and track & field. Other sports may be offered by the individual BlazeSports Clubs.
blazesports@blazesports.org
770-850-8199
Georgia, USA
 
Burke Adams Special Needs Sports Program
BASNSP has been providing the opportunity for all children with disabilities in East Greenbush, New York and the surrounding communities to participate in organized sports programs regardless of their need for assistance during play. Programs include baseball, basketball, bowling, football, TOPSoccer, and track and field.
burke@basnsp.com
518-479-3465
New York, USA
 
Kids In Disability Sports, Inc.
Located in greater Lowell, offering sports activities including golf, soccer, baseball, basketball and bowling. Social activities also occur throughout the year and include holiday parties, dances and trips to local sporting events.
Massachusetts, USA
 
Magnolia Unlimited Sports
Magnolia Unlimited Sports is a non-profit organization that helps people with disabilities within the greater Mid-South (Mississippi, Tennessee and Arkansas) region realize their dream of participating in sporting and recreational activities. Programs are designed for athletes with cerebral palsy, amputations, spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, dwarfism, blindness, and many other conditions and offer the opportunity to participate competitively and recreationally in track, field, swimming, tennis, basketball, archery, golf, volleyball, ice hockey, handcycling, and many other sports.
info@magnoliaunlimitedsports.com
MIssissippi, USA
 
Salt Lake City
Department of Parks guide to adaptive programs. Included are sled hockey, junior wheelchair basketball, bowling, and indoor and outdoor soccer.
 
Special Needs Sports Corporation
Special Needs Sports is a non-profit organization that coordinates child and adult programs created to expose children and young adults with disabilities to the world of sports. Players can participate in golf, soccer, basketball, bowling, field hockey....as well as other activities that are currently under development. There are three sessions offered throughout the year- fall session, winter session and summer session.
levarts001@rochester.rr.com
585-865-9320
New York, USA
 
STRIDE Recreation for Challenged Children
STIDE's primary efforts focus on directing and providing enriching, recreational opportunities for individuals with disabilities or special needs. Programs include, swimming, adaptive skiing, adaptive baseball, and bowling.
 
TRAIL
TRAIL is a NH non-profit organization dedicated to teaching individuals with physical and mental disabilities the joy and excitement of playing in the outdoors. The activities offered through TRAIL change seasonally, and with the exception of the Summer Recreation Program, are currently offered on weekends only. In addition to short-term activities such as hiking, biking, canoeing, camping, and bowling, they maintain a core group of long-term programs, which include: Winter Recreational Program: Spring Recreational Program: Summer Recreational Program: Fall Recreational Program:
New Hampshire
 
Turning POINT
Turning P.O.I.N.T. sponsors many opportunities for physically challenged people of Texas to camp, fish, sail, scuba dive, hunt, water ski, or just take pictures from a pontoon boat while cruising through the scenic swamps of East Texas
Texas, USA
 
Wasatch Adaptive Sports
Wasatch Adaptive Sports (WAS) a 501 (c)(3) charitable foundation was established in 1977 to help fill the need for affordable recreational and educational programs for children and adults with special needs. WAS operates year-round and provides many rewarding activities including skiing, snowshoeing and adaptive hockey in the winter; hiking, fishing, orienteering, bicycling and tram rides during the summer. Adaptive horseback riding and bowling are year-round activities offered by WAS.
info@wasatchadaptivesports.com
801-933-2188
Utah, USA
 
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