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AccesSport America

AccesSportAmerica, a national non-profit organization founded in 1995, inspires higher function and fitness for children and adults of all disabilities through high-challenge sports and training. We adapt sports that the most agile of athletes find challenging and bring these sports to children and adults with disabilities. Programs are designed to promote each person's highest physical and athletic potential while cultivating social and emotional well being. We seek to create a community where differences are diminished, blurred and often erased. Our programs are designed to build a community of relationships that last a lifetime.

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Adaptive Sports New England

The mission of Adaptive Sports New England is to increase participation in sport and physical activity among New England youth and young adults who have a visual or mobility disability.

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All Out Adventures

The mission of All Out Adventures is to promote health, community, and independence for people with disabilities and their family and friends through outdoor recreation. We run about 150 outdoor recreation programs each year for people of all ages and all abilities throughout Massachusetts. Currently, most programming is recreational/beginner in nature.

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Amelia Park Ice Arena

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Cape Cod Curling Club

Located in Falmouth Massachusetts, we are a not-for-profit 3 sheet club founded in 1969, dedicated to education and development of this honorable sport for all ages, from 6 upwards. We also serve our community through regular fund raising events.

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CAPEable Adventures

CAPEable Adventures (CA) is dedicated to improving the lives of physically and mentally challenged children and adults, by providing instruction and access to adaptive sports and outdoor recreation.

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CHD's Disability Resources

A variety of adaptive sports provide barrier-free recreational and competitive opportunities for people of all skill levels and age groups, as well as their family and friends. The athletic programs run year-round and include wheelchair basketball, soccer, hockey, cycling, golf, swimming and more. Equipment is available to borrow for a nominal fee, such as: hand-cycles, sport wheelchairs, bi-ski, mono-skis, and bowling equipment.

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Community Boating, Inc.

The mission of Community Boating, Inc., is the advancement of sailing for all by minimizing economic and physical obstacles to sailing. In addition, CBI enhances the greater Boston community by using sailing as a vehicle to empower its members to develop independence and self-confidence, improve communication, foster teamwork, and acquire a deeper understanding of community spirit and the power of volunteerism.

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Community Rowing, Inc.

Community Rowing, Inc. is dedicated to the belief that the sport of rowing provides unique abilities to promote personal and community growth through teamwork, discipline, and physical fitness, and we are committed to ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to participate. As the largest public access rowing organization in the country, we offer state-of-the-art facilities, equipment, and coaching that can accommodate adaptive athletes and military personnel at many levels, from recreational to elite competition.

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Holyoke Rows, Inc.

Holyoke Rows mission is to promote recreational and competitive rowing, paddling and outdoor adventure, foster teamwork and environmental stewardship, and instill habits of healthy living. It is our goal to eliminate the physical, financial and cultural barriers to participation and to use sports as a means of bridging differences and developing community.

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Massachusetts Department of Conservation & Recreation's Universal Access Program

The DCR's Universal Access Program is dedicated to providing all visitors equal access to the experience of outdoor recreation in Massachusetts state parks, regardless of an individual's ability. By providing specialized adaptive recreation equipment, offering accessible recreation programs that are inexpensive or free, and working to ensure outdoor environments are accessible to all, the Universal Access Program hopes that visitors of all abilities will take advantage of the tremendous natural resources and recreation opportunities available in Massachusetts.

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NEPVA Celtics

The Celtics practice Tuesday at 6:30 - 9:30 at the Brockton VA Medical Center and participate inlocal and travel tournaments. Celtics are active in exhibtion wheelchair basketball games and visiting schools to discuss their disabilities and adaptive aports.

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New England Blazers

The New England Blazers 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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New England Nordic Ski Association

Our goal at NENSA is to provide the best possible experience for Adaptive Nordic skiers and their families. Nordic skiing is a life-long family activity that can be enjoyed by everyone, regardless of age, gender, experience, or level of disability. We can help provide the lessons, coaching, equipment, and a calendar of events for a wide spectrum of Adaptive skiers.

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Piers Park Sailing Center

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