Paralympic Sport Club
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
CADS fosters the development and delivery of best practices through partnerships, leadership, training, and certification so individuals with a disability have the opportunity for healthy recreation and competition in alpine adaptive snowsports.
Colorado Discover Ability (CDA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to increase the independence and self-confidence of people with disabilities through outdoor recreation. CDA deploys integrated adventure to educate clients - as well as their families and friends - about the power of the outdoors to foster self-worth.
We have the equipment and instructors to provide a wide range of activities for students of all ages. Skiing (standard skis, bi-skis or mono-skis) and snowboarding. Reservations are required.
Higher Ground programs use innovative sports and recreation therapies to enhance the quality of life for our injured military community and our local population of children, teens, and adults with disabilities.
The National Ability Center empowers individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.
Be active, have fun, make new friends! The NSCD offers a variety of exciting winter adventures, including alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, ski biking, Nordic trips, snowshoeing and ski racing.
The mainstay of the New England Disabled Sports Winter Program is alpine skiing. Individuals with cognitive or physical disabilities who are four years or older and are able to participate. Please come and experience the thrills and independence of skiing.
With numerous adaptive Alpine skiing opportunities at mountains in the New England area, Northeast Passage’s Alpine skiing program focuses solely on the development of skiers for competition and potential Paralympic-level involvement.
STRIDE offers adaptive skiing and snowboarding lessons at three mountain resorts in the New England region: Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in Hancock, MA; Catamount Mountain in Hillsdale, NY; and Ski Sundown in New Hartford, CT.
We are a non-profit organization established to provide recreational activities and teach sports to mentally and physically challenged children and adults.