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Top 4 Adaptive Sports Programs
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Top 4 Adaptive Sports Programs

Adaptive sports is good for your health, there are a lot of adaptive sports program out there, but I will write about top 4 sports programs today.

Wheelchair Basketball Program at Henry Viscardi School

The wheelchair basketball program at Henry Viscardi School was created for children with physical disabilities to play adaptive basketball as a team. Over the years, the school's basketball program has helped students to reach their highest potential as athletes. The basketball program gives children a chance to have fun, learn to make use of their skills, respect each other, enjoy good sportsmanship and teamwork. The program is aimed at encouraging independence, heighten self-esteem and safe sporting activities.

Houston Sword Sports Program

Based in Houston, Texas, the Houston Sword Sports is a fencing club established in 2015, the Houston Sword Sports program offers kids, teens, and adults of all ages training on how to use fencing weapons such as foil, epee, and saber. The program includes regular practice which incorporates wheelchair fencers of all abilities. The Houston Sword Sport fencing program has produced a lot of experienced fencers in wheelchairs.

Vermont Adaptive Sports Program

Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports is one of the oldest, popular, and most inclusive sporting organization in the world. Its sporting program empowers people with disabilities through inclusive sports and recreational activities. The program does not focus on sports alone, it features all-year-round programming options that integrate environmental, holistic wellness, and competitive training philosophies for people with cognitive, developmental, physical and emotional disabilities.

Dive Pirates Program

Dive Pirates uses adaptive scuba diving to bring people with disabilities together. Dive Pirate has a dedicated adaptive scuba diving training team and a unique resources crew for its large community of people with disabilities.

The common kind of people you will find receiving training at Dive Pirates are people with amputations, spinal cord injuries and those with ears impairment and low vision. All medically qualified people with physical disabilities can become a Dive Pirate, but the program is focused on military, law enforcement, and first responder veterans with disabilities.

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