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Horse back riding program for adults who have experienced an acquired brain injury
Ainsleys Angels of America is a non-profit organization that matches runners with people with disabilities who want to compete in races.
Bastion is an intentional community in which wounded, ill, or injured veterans live alongside retired military and civilian volunteers. Also offers yoga classes for residents and community members.
Baseball league for individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries.
Bourgeois Fishing Charters offer a wheelchair accessible covered dock and food and drinks.
Weekend camp for survivors of traumatic brain injury.
Supports those with physical disabilities pursue sports and physical recreation.
City of Hammond Recreation Department offers adult leisure programs.
Providing adaptive sports opportunities for people with disabilities to develop independence, confidence and fitness through sports.
Bookshare is an ebook library that makes reading easier. People with reading barriers can customize their experience and read in ways that work for them.
The UCO Endeavor Games is a nationally recognized competition that allows all athletes from around the country with physical disabilities to participate in a multi-sport event.
"GNO Therapeutic Riding Center is a non-profit organization that is focused on providing a fun and therapeutic experience for individuals with physical, emotional, and learning disabilities. They are dedicated to promoting horseback riding activities to enhance quality of life in a safe and professional environment."
Located in City Park, New Orleans, Healing Wheels NOLA helps physically handicapped and disabled ride bikes again.
Provides therapeutic horsemanship instruction to people who are differently-abled
Jefferson Parish Department of Parks & Recreation offers a wide variety of traditional and non-traditional recreational activities for adults, teens and children, including people with disabilities.
Offers unique Mind Matters program to help improve memory. Numerous "Brain Health Series" talking about how to upkeep a healthy cognitive brain. Sports, fitness, summer camp, and nursery school included. Also included is an Alzheimer's program.
A charitable swimming and aquatic activity program in which teaching methods and student activities are adapted to meet the needs of individuals who, because of mental or physical impairment, cannot readily achieve success in a regular swim program.
Games Uniting Mind and Body (GUMBO) is an interscholastic track and field competition designed for children ages 5 to 18 years of age who have physical or visual disabilities.
Louisiana Lions Camp is a non-profit residential summer camp free for boys and girls with qualifying Special Needs, Diabetes, and Pulmonary Disorders
Children participate in a variety of activities such as fishing, boating, swimming, arts and crafts, horseback riding, and canoeing. The camp has a nurse and a physician on site. Ages 6-17, no cost.
Therapeutic riding for those with disabilities as evaluated on a case by case basis
The ROLLIN RINOS have been conducting wheelchair basketball game events since 1992. Wheelchair basketball.
People Program is a non-profit membership organization for persons 50 years old and over who are looking for creative ways to spend leisure time.
Ponchatoula Area Recreation District offers leisure classes.
Intended for any child with a physical limitation which would make it difficult or impossible to participate at other camps
SMCL Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes independence and provides opportunities to pursue active and healthy lifestyles for all citizens who are disadvantaged or disabled. Conducts many wheelchair recreational and sporting events for people with disabilities.
A new beach wheelchair to ensure that everyone can enjoy being out-of-doors for the day, swim at the beach or share off-road activities on gravel trails, grassy fields, swampy areas or snow.
Comprehensive recreational program in Shreveport area.
Adaptive Water Skiing in Southeast Louisiana
Special Olympics Louisiana (SOLA) is a state wide not-for-profit organization that changes lives by promoting understanding, acceptance and inclusion between people with and without intellectual disabilities.
Love Your Brain is a foundation devoted to improving the quality of life of those affected by TBI (& concussion). Retreats, yoga, and resources can be found on their website.
Our mission is to serve people with physical disabilities through sport and fitness with meaningful grants. Over the last 27 years, we have given over 30,000 grants to individuals with permanent physical disabilities worldwide. The grants we award are for travel & competition expenses, coaching & training expenses, and adaptive sports equipment. Learn more about our grant programs by visiting https://www.challengedathletes.org/grants/.