text size:  

Adapted Sports Programs

Please note the following is a listing of programs and does not represent an endorsement from Bradford Woods or Indiana University.


RHI, Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana
Offers adaptive sports programs in: quad rugby, wheelchair basketball, power soccer, water skiing, track and field, beep baseball, tennis, golf, racing, water rafting, horseback riding, sailing, scuba diving, rock climbing, tennis, and water skiing
Contact Info: Phone Number- 317.329.2000
4141 Shore Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46254


TAASC, The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition
Offers adaptive programs in: paddling/kayaking, cycling, sailing, water skiing, ice skating/sled hockey, & alpine skiing
Contact Info: Phone Number- 614. 940. 1295
6000 Harriot Rd, Powell, Ohio 43065

Adapted Sports Program of Ohio
Offers adaptive programs in: archery, basketball, beep baseball, boccia, curling, cycling, goalball, horseback riding, judo, power lifting, power soccer, rock climbing, rugby, shooting, alpine skiing, cross country skiing, sled hockey, soccer, swimming, table tennis, track and field, & volleyball
Contact Info to find a location nearest you: Lisa Followay, Executive Director
Phone: 330/317-5259

Ohio State Recreational Sports, Adapted Programs
Offers adaptive programs in: aquatics, fitness classes, intramural sports, outdoor adventure/indoor climbing, sports clubs, & personal training
Contact Info: Phone Number- 614.688.3693
B106 Recreation and Physical Activity Center
337 W. 17th Avenue, Columbus, OH 43210


Michigan Adaptive Sports
Offers adaptive programs in: Waterskiing, kayaking, hand cycling, fishing, golf, and tennis in the summer; snow skiing in the winter
Contact Info: Michigan Adaptive Sports
4301 Orchard Lake Road
Suite 180/B 200
West Bloomfield, MI


Frazier Rehab Institute
Offers adaptive programs in: adaptive rowing, handcycling, road racing, track and field, fitness and weight training, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair fencing, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair tennis, and golf Participants include: individuals with an amputation, cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, osteogenesis imperfecta, post polio syndrome, spina bifida, spinal cord injuries, brain injuries, or stroke
Contact Info: Jill Farmer at 502) 582-7618 or 1-866-540-7719


Great Lakes Adaptive Sports Association (GLASA)
Offers adaptive programs in: basketball, cycling, handcycling, kayaking, hockey, boccia, softball, tennis, aerobics, & arts & crafts Participants include: youth and adults who have a primary physical or visual impairment
Contact Info: GLASA
400 E. Illinois Rd.
Lake Forest, Illinois 60045


Fishing Has No Boundaries
P.O. Box 175
Hayward, WI 54843
Phone: 800-243-3462
We introduce specialized adaptive equipment to aid the angler and create avenues of recreation for many, who thought because of their disability, could never fish, or fish again.

Independence First
600 W. Virginia Suite 301
Milwaulkee, WI 53204-1516
Phone: 414-291-7520
Fax: 414-291-7510
Contact Person: Kathy Mohar
Your resource on accessibility and issues related to living independently

Ski for Light, Inc.
1400 Carole Lane
Green Bay, WI 54313
Phone: 920-494-5572
A program of cross-country skiing benefiting individuals that are blind, visually-impaired, and mobility-impaired and their guides.

South Eastern Wisconsin Adaptive Ski Program (SEWASP)
ATTN: Sports and Recreation
c/o IndependenceFirst
600 W Virginia St, 4th floor
Milwaukee WI 53204
Phone: 414-226-8375 / TTY 414-291-7520 and ask for the Sports and Recreation Coordinator
Provides adaptive alpine skiing and snowboard lessons for people with disabilities in southeastern Wisconsin and surrounding areas.