This category lists sites for sports organizations that serve individuals with a variety of disabilities in the United States.
Program descriptions for a variety of adaptive sports for adults and children, volunteering information and organization history.
Organization whose goal is to identify, promote, and provide progressive recreational opportunities for people with disabilities and their families. Offers news, calendar, articles, contacts, and links.
Facilitates outdoor activities, including hiking, skiing, snowboarding and kayaking for people with physical and cognitive disabilities. Features information for volunteers, events, membership details and contact details.
Sponsors after school leagues for youth with physical or visual challenges. Features descriptions of programs, news, contacts, calendar of events, links, and photos.
Provide handcycles, wheelchairs, prosthetics and other adaptive sports equipment to children with disabilities. Includes event list, grant application, letters from recipients, and donation information.
Provides athletic and outdoor recreational activities for people with visual disabilities and physical challenges. Features board of directors, mission statement, profiles of participants, contacts, and articles. Located in Berkely, CA.
An information and referral service that delivers opportunities for persons with physical disabilities. Features news, mailing list, calendar of events, photos, and sports camp information.
Dedicated to impacting lives by presenting meaningful recreational and cultural experiences to individuals faced with mental or physical challenges
Charity providing grants to athletes with a physical disability. History, news, grantees, newsletter and how to apply for funds.
League history and team contacts for this Sacramento-based baseball experience for disabled children age 5-18.
Contacts, events, programs, competition results, and related links from this organization that offers sports rehabilitation for individuals with a permanent physical disability.
Information for the disabled sportsman on hunting, fishing, boating, and a range of other adapted recreational activities.
Offers services and sponsors events for youth and adults who have a physical or visual impairment through the provision of inclusive recreational, fitness, and competitive sports activities. Find contacts, news, events, and photos.
Provides grants, resources and fitness opportunities to help the physically disabled exceed their expectations. Includes news and information about their programs and grants.
Information center concerned with physical activity and disability. Find descriptions of research projects, programs, newsletter, articles, and photos.
Program facilitates sporting events for the physically disabled. Features events, information on camps, volunteer opportunities, and links. Headquarters in Winter Park and Denver, Colorado.
Sponsors and supports activities for the physically disabled. Provides a list of sports, photographs and a calendar of events.
A member of Disabled Sports USA. Promotes adapted recreation, and sport opportunities for persons with physical and neurological disabilities.
A multi-disciplinary, educational consulting organization specializing in therapeutic recreation-related services for individuals with disabilities.
Events, volunteering information and contacts for this not-for-profit company that provides ice skating education for individuals with disabilities in Western New York.
Resource to find recreational, advocacy, support, and adaptive sporting activities. Includes classifieds, news and a section for veterans.
Meeting schedules, announcements, newsletter and contacts for the Los Angeles, California chapter of Disabled Sports USA.
Supports and nurtures children and adults with developmental disabilities by providing team building opportunities through T-Ball, bowling, swimming and other group activities. Includes event schedule, applications, photos, player profiles, and donation and sponsorship information. Located in Hickory, North Carolina.
News, challenges, and contact information from this international organization that develops opportunities in sports for all persons, especially persons with disabilities.
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