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Audio Dart Club of Delaware Valley

Audio Dart Club of Delaware Valley Inc. is a nonprofit corporation organized and operated exclusively for charitable purposes. We are committed to promoting the sport of darts for the blind and visually impaired; with an emphasis on its rehabilitative, recreational, leisure, social, and psychological benefits, through individual and team play.

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Bay City Thunder & Lightning

The Bay City Thunder & Lightning 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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Blind Sports Organization

We promote and provide recreation, fitness, and sports for blind and visually impaired youth and adults in southeatern PA, DE, & southern NJ.

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Blue Ridge Adaptive Snow Sports

Blue Ridge Adaptive Snow Sports, Inc. (BRASS) is a nonprofit (501 (c) (3)) organization and a chapter of Disabled Sports USA. Our mission is to enhance the lives of people with disabilities through adaptive snow sports and recreational activities. We achieve this by offering ski and snowboard instruction for people with disabilities at Liberty Mountain Resort in south central Pennsylvania in the form of blind/DD, stand-up skiing, or sit-down skiing with the use of special equipment. Adaptive snow sports allow people with disabilities to enjoy the outdoors and freedom of movement.

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Dynamic Paddlers

Dynamic Paddlers specializes in providing professional instruction for kayakers of ALL abilities. Our mission is to provide opportunities and foster environments for people of all abilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through kayaking.

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Edinboro University Wheelchair Basketball

Collegiate wheelchair basketball team registered with the NWBA.

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HOPE Network - Paralympic Sport Pittsburgh

HOPE Network provides adapted sports, fitness, and receation programs for children and adults with physical disabilities living in Southwestern Pennsylvania. Special emphasis is placed on programs for pediatrics and injured service members returning from Iraq and Afganistan.

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Johnstown Sitting Bulls

Registered sled hockey team with USA Hockey.

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Katie's Komets

Katie's Komets is a member of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA). We compete in two different divisions of the NWBA--Junior Prep and Junior 10 ft. As registered teams, we are provided insurance as well as the opportunity to participate in numerous tournaments across the country.

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Liberty Bell Judo

Liberty Bell Georgian Judo Academy has been developing young athletes for over 20 years. Liberty Bell Georgian Judo Academy is a competitive club that caters to families. Many families practice together in both the junior and senior classes.

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Magee Rehabilitation Hospitals Community Programs

Magee’s wheelchair sports programs heighten independence and improve quality-of-life. Getting involved with Magee’s sports programs helps people with disabilities reach for personal health and wellness goals.

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Mighty Penguins Sled Hockey Organization

Mighty Penguins Sled Hockey operates therapeutic and competitive ice hockey programs for the benefit of physically disabled individuals in Pennsylvania and adjacent areas.

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Palmyra Black Knights

Registered sled hockey team with USA Hockey.

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Penn State Ability Athletics Program - Paralympic Sport University Park

Penn State University's Ability Athletics program has become Paralympic Sport University Park to allow other persons with physical disabilities to enjoy the same benefit of use of Penn State facilities in an outreach program to all disabled in the community. We offer open gyms for wheelchair basketball on Wednesday night. We compete in powerlifting , track & field and cycling in national and international circles. We offer help in teaching others to swim and lift weights to special populations in the community. We help our wounded warriors and work to teach teachers how to start programs in their communities. We have started an adaptive club which gives Penn Staters and friends a way of learning and playing new sports and bringing in diversity speakers to the community and university.

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Pennsylvania Center For Adapted Sports - Paralympic Sport Philadelphia

PCAS provides life style and competitive sport and recreation programs for people with disabilities. We seek to improve health and wellness, fitness, and improve social integration into our community.

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