AbilityPLUS adaptive sports programs are tailored to the needs of participating individuals. Staff and volunteers have backgrounds in education, special education, physical and occupational therapy as well as the legal and medical fields.
We are a PSIA Member Ski School (Professional Ski Instructors of America). Our PSIA certified instructors and trained volunteers make skiing or snowboarding possible for anyone with physical, cognitive or developmental disabilities.
Adaptive action sports (AAS) was founded by action sport athletes in order to create skateboard, snowboard, wakeboard and moto x camps, events and programs for veterans, youth and young adults living with permanent physical disabilities.
The Adaptive Adventures PSIA Adaptive Ski School works hard to deliver affordable programs and technical assistance to improve the overall quality and safety of adaptive skiing.
The Adaptive Sports Association’s (ASA) winter program has been providing adaptive skiing, snowboarding and a variety of “sit-ski” instruction to people with disabilities for over 30 years.
The focus of Adaptive Sports at Sun Peaks is to provide opportunities for people with a wide range of disabilities to participate in adaptive snow sports and recreation programs at Sun Peaks Resort.
The Adaptive Sports Center provides you with one of the most qualified instructor teams in the industry. All of our winter and summer instructors are professionally certified through education associations like Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors. The average tenure of an instructor at the Adaptive Sports Center is over seven years.
The Adaptive Sports Foundation’s work promotes physical activity for children and adults with disabilities by offering winter activities for recreational skiing, snowboarding, yoga, and personal fitness.
Our winter adaptive ski program starts in early January and runs for 8 Saturdays. Students can ski for four (4) Saturdays in one of 2 groups as outlined below:
The mission of Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country is to ensure the enrichment of the quality of life for people with disabilities through year-round opportunities for sport and recreation.
Since 1985, the Adaptive Sports Program has offered safe and supportive alpine ski lessons for adults and children (five years & older) with a wide array of disabilities.
The Adult Disabled Downhill Ski Club or ADDS at Mansfield Ski Resort is a volunteer based non-profit organization having the objective of promoting Alpine skiing to physically disabled adults over nineteen years of age. The program has been in existence since 1981.
Alpine Canada Alpin is the national governing body for alpine, para-alpine and ski cross racing in Canada. With the support of valued corporate partners and donor’s along with the Government of Canada, Own the Podium and the Canadian Olympic Committee, Alpine Canada develops Olympic, Paralympic, world championship and World Cup medalists to stimulate visibility, inspiration and growth in the ski community.
The Alpine Ontario Para Race Team (AOPRT) is a not- for-profit organization whose mission is to Educate, Promote, and Train Para Athletes to participate in para alpine racing. Through the assistance of sponsorships and donations, our members train, compete and promote para alpine racing at all levels.
The Association of Abitibi Adapted Ski has Level I and Level II instructors to provide downhill skiing to people with disabilities, hearing and visual impairments and intellectual disabilities
Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club Training Camp. This unique program is a full time residency-training program for emerging athletes in the Paralympic Alpine skiing pipeline. It is one of the first Paralympic Adaptive Programs that has integrated with an existing USSA Club to create this high level Alpine Skiing Competition Program.
Formed in 1973, BC Adaptive Snowsports is a registered Canadian charity.
We enhance the quality of life for children, youth, and adults with physical & cognitive disabilities, their families and volunteers by providing opportunities to experience the joy, freedom, and health and wellness benefits of adaptive snowsports.
Big White Ski and Board School, working in conjunction with People in Motion, is proud to offer Adaptive Skiing for our destination guests. Our trained and certified instructors will get you out and enjoying the slopes on whatever equipment is required.
Blue Ridge Adaptive Snow Sports, Inc. (BRASS) believes skiing and snowboarding empower us! BRASS is led and run by volunteers dedicated to creating opportunities for people with disabilities to enjoy freedom of movement and the outdoors.
The National Capital Division (CADS-NCD) is a member organization of CADS and oversees the programs and services operating in the regions of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec.
CADS - ALBERTA is the provincial chapter (or Division) of The Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS). A volunteer based organization having as it's main objective, assisting individuals with a disability to lead richer and fuller lives through active participation in recreational and competitive snow skiing and snowboarding.
The CADS Calgary Ski School offers an annual series of two-hour lessons that run from January to March typically on Friday evenings from 7-9 pm at Canada Olympic Park. There may be occasional Saturday or Sunday lesson nights also.
The program operates at the Brimacombe Ski Club for 8 weeks on Sundays, starting the second Sunday after New Years. It provides support for persons who are physically and intellectually challenged.
CADS Edmonton offers programs in downhill skiing and snowboarding. Our programs are aimed at instructing individuals in our comunity with disabilities in the various adapted skiing techniques. Our volunteer instructors are trained in adaptive ski instruction as developed by the CADS national certifying body.
Tucked away in the hills of Haliburton, Ontario, is a picturesque ski resort run by the Bishop family. Local CADS instructors and volunteers have named this program "Haliburton SkiforAll".
The program operates at the Heights of Horseshoe Ski Club for 8 weeks on Saturdays, starting the second Saturday of January. It provides support for persons who are physically and intellectually challenged.
The program operates at the Horseshoe Resort for 8 weeks on Saturdays, starting Saturday January 10th 2015. It provides support for persons who are physically and intellectually challenged. There are two sessions running form 10:15 - 11:45 am and 1:30 - 3:00 pm. Skiers are matched with trained volunteer ski partners and supervisor/instructors provide formal instruction.
This CADS program operates out of Snow Valley Resort near Barrie. The program begins in January and runs for 8 Sundays. There are two sessions offered - 11:00 am to 12:45 pm and 1:30 pm to 3:15pm.
The Lethbridge Zone has program has been running for 15 seasons at Castle Mountain (Alberta). Volunteers of this program have experience with most disabilities.
We are CADS - Ontario. As part of the Canadian Association of Disabled Skiing (CADS) we have over four hundred members in eight ski areas in Southern Ontario. We are a volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of skiing for persons with disabilities.