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Adaptive Sports and Recreation

Disability should not preclude involvement in sports and recreation. Adaptive sports and recreation programs offer people with disabilities a wealth of benefits including exercise and improved health, increased self esteem and worth, camaraderie, and opportunities to experience new and exciting activities.


StandUp Gardens – Wheelchair Accessible Indoor Gardens

Wheelchair accessible StandUp Gardens eliminates the boundaries of traditional gardening – lack of time, space, tools, accessibility, etc.

Be Adaptive Equipment – Adaptive Shooting Equipment

Be Adaptive manufactures adaptive shooting equipment for physical disabilities who need help pulling the trigger or have no hand or arm movement.

SoloRider Golf Cars For People With A Disability

SoloRider Golf Cars are a technology that restores functional capacity to play the game of golf while creating self-confidence and self-esteem.

Adaptive Golfers – The Game Of Golf For All Different Abilities

Adaptive Golfers brings the game of golf to people with disabilities by helping you find the answers that allow you to create the game you want.

TrailLink – Information On Wheelchair Accessible Rail Trails

TrailLink by Rails-to-Trails Conservancy, allows system users to explore wheelchair accessible trail maps and itineraries online.

Creative Ability – Adaptive Equipment For Kayaking

The Creating Ability adaptive paddling line of products makes participating in the sport of adaptive kayaking accessible to all.

Achieve Tahoe – Adaptive Sports For Adults & Children

Achieve Tahoe builds health, confidence and independence through winter and summer sports instruction for adults and children with disabilities.

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