Sportsability clinics

Our events create opportunities for interactions in social settings with other disabled members, their families and other mentors. This allows the newly injured person to see a better quality of life is possible and expand preconceived notions of disability and focuses on the abilities of what a person can achieve.  Our SportsAbility Day is fast approaching (August 19th).


All sports are open to all physical and cognitive disability levels.  Due to limits on rowing we can take 8 registrations, age 14 and up. We also encourage family members to come participate with their loved one . 

SportsAbility day is open to children and adults throughout the area with disabling or chronic conditions including spinal cord injury, brain injury, amputation, stroke, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy and visual impairments to participates in multiple adaptive sports.

These sports include lower extremity running for amputees, swimming, rock climbing, rowing, white water and flatwater kayaking, and many other sports. These clinics bring together the community with Sports Coalition members, local and out of state mentor athletes that instruct the multiple sports daylong event. SportsAbility day is open to children and adults throughout the area with disabling or chronic conditions including spinal cord injury, brain injury, amputation, stroke, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy.

 These sports include lower extremity running for amputees, swimming, rock climbing, rowing, white water and flatwater kayaking, adaptive fitness and many other sports.

Athlete with Disabilities Network Northeast