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Camelback Mountain Adaptive Skiing & Snowboarding Program In Pennsylvania

2018-06-07T21:59:22+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, Pennsylvania|Tags: |

Partnering with the Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports, Camelback offers a full-service adaptive skiing and snowboarding program.

Helen Hayes Hospital Adaptive Sports & Recreation In Haverstraw, NY

2018-06-06T14:56:50+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, New York|Tags: |

From sailing to cycling and golf to gardening, the Helen Hayes Hospital Adapted Sports & Recreation Program is a four-season initiative serving individuals with a range of abilities, interests and skills.

Sail To Prevail – Specially Adapted Sailboats In Rhode Island

2018-06-06T01:13:45+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, Rhode Island|Tags: , |

Sail To Prevail is a nonprofit that improves the lives of more than 1,000 children and adults, each summer, through sailing in a fleet of specially adapted, 20-foot sailboats that accommodate up to five participants and one instructor.

Veterans Adaptive Sports – Competitive & Leisure Adaptive Sports For Vets

2018-06-06T00:14:28+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, Florida|Tags: , |

Veterans Adaptive Sp;orts promotes rehabilitation of disabled military service veterans through adaptive sports. We serve veterans with spinal cord injuries, orthopedic amputations, visual impairments, and neurological injuries.

Northeast Passage – Adaptive Sports In New Hampshire

2018-06-05T23:20:55+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, New Hampshire|Tags: , |

Northeast Passage creates an environment where individuals with disabilities can enjoy recreation with the same freedom of choice, quality of life, and independence as their non-disabled peers.

Granite State Adaptive Sports – New Hampshire

2018-06-04T00:15:02+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, New Hampshire|Tags: , |

Granite State Adaptive Sports provides individuals who have a disability the opportunity to develop independence, confidence, life skills and fitness through participation in sports, therapy, training and recreation programs.

Eastern Adaptive Sports – Adaptive Sports Programs In New Hampshire

2018-06-03T23:26:32+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, New Hampshire|Tags: |

Eastern Adaptive Sports (EAS) is dedicated to seeking individual opportunities to change lives and ensure life driving purpose through sport, education and advocacy.

South Coast Wheelchair Tennis Foundation – Serving Massachusetts & Rhode Island

2018-06-03T02:32:28+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, Massachusetts, Rhode Island|Tags: |

Founded in 2016, the South Coast Wheelchair Tennis Foundation is a 501(c3) non-profit organization established to promote wheelchair tennis throughout Southeastern Massachusetts and the state of Rhode Island.

Piers Park Sailing Center – Accessible Sailing In East Boston, Massachusetts

2018-06-03T02:15:37+00:00 Categories: All Disability Products and Services, Massachusetts|Tags: |

Located on the waterfront in East Boston, Massachusetts, Piers Park Sailing Center (PPSC) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) community sailing center dedicated to providing 100% accessible recreational, educational, and personal growth opportunities for people of all ages and abilities in Boston Harbor.

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