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Northern Illinois Special Recreation Association

Enriching the lives of people with disabilities through meaningful recreation experiences.

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Northern Suburban Special Recreation Association

NSSRA's mission is to provide and facilitate year-round recreation programs for adults and children with disabilities who live in the partner communities. Our goal is to enhance participants' abilities in enjoyable recreational, leisure and social settings. NSSRA participants explore new areas of interest, make new acquaintances, and learn lifetime leisure skills. NSSRA's Adapted Sports program is young and looking to grow.

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Northwest Special Recreation Association

We exist to provide outstanding opportunities through recreation for children and adults with disabilities.

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Oak Lawn Park District

To serve as an integral partner with our cooperative districts and villages to positively impact individuals with disabilities through diverse recreation opportunities and community services.


RIC/Chicago Sky (Women's Team)

The RIC Sky are a member of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA). As a registered team, we are provided insurance as well as the opportunity to participate in numerous tournaments across the country.

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Rockford Park District

Mission of the Rockford Park District: To help you enjoy life, as a department within the Rockford Park district our mission is to provide both recreational and competitive sport opportunities and teach life long leisure skills for youth, teens, and adults with a physical or visual impairment.

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Shirley Ryan AbilityLAB

A program of the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago, Shirley Ryan AbilityLAB provides sport, recreation and fitness programs to youth and adults with physical disabilities. The sports program welcomes athletes of all skill levels, from those interested in learning a new recreational sport to athletes wishing to hone their craft for elite-level competition. Most programs are offered at no cost to participants.


South Suburban Special Recreation Association

South Suburban Special Recreation Association (SSSRA) is an extenstion of 11 park districts and recreation and parks departments. SSSRA offers various adapted sport opportunities, as well as various sports experiences.


South West Special Recreation Association

South West Special Recreation Assocation provides recreation for children and adults with disabilities. We are currently seeking individuals who are interested in participating in a Paralympic sports program in this area.

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Southeast Association for Special Parks and Recreation

The mission of SEASPAR is to provide recreation programs and services to residents with disabilities. Our vision is to enhance the quality of life for all SEASPAR residents with disabilities by providing excellence in recreation through programs and services.

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Synergy Adaptive Athletics

Synergy Adaptive Athletics provides a wide range of adaptive athletics opportunities to individuals of all ages with a primary physical disability. Recreational and competitive opportunities exist on an ongoing as well as one-time event basis. Whether you are looking to join a Synergy sports team, need support training at your school, or are simply looking for a new opportunity, give us a call!

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Tri County Special Recreation Association

Tri County Special Recreation Association is a cooperative extension of two park districts and a village recreation department. The agency services parts of Cook, DuPage and Will counties in the southwest Chicago suburban area. Our programs held in all of our member communities in public and commercial recreation facilities.

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U.S. Soccer

Paralympic soccer differs from the traditional 11-a-side game. The game is played with seven players (six field players and a goalkeeper) in two 30-minute halves on a smaller field. The offside rule has been eliminated and under-arm throw-ins are permitted for participants unable to perform conventional overhead throw-ins. To be eligible, players must be ambulatory and have a physical challenge from a diagnosis of cerebral palsy (CP) or from having suffered a stroke or traumatic brain injury (TBI). Players are classified (classes 5 through 8) according to the severity of their disability and the laws of the game restrict the number of each class allowed on the field at any given time.

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University of Illinois Adapted Varsity Athletics Program

The University of Illinois Adapted Varsity Athletics Program has a long tradition of leadership and excellence in wheelchair sports. This tradition encompasses all campus activities related to being a student-athlete. It also serves to motivate and set a standard of expectation that makes the University of Illinois the premier school for individuals interested in exploring their academic and athletic potential.


West Suburban Special Recreation Association

The mission of the West Suburban Special Recreation Association is to provide superior recreation services for persons with disabilities.

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