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Ainsleys Angels of America is a non-profit organization that matches runners with people with disabilities who want to compete in races.
Baseball league for individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries.
It is open to children, young adults, and adults 21 years old and older.
Headway is a multifaceted community integration program for veterans who served on or after 9/11 living with a brain injury, spinal cord injury, or other neurological condition. They work with warriors and caregivers to maximize independence, improve skills, and build supportive networks.
Some activities offered: adaptive sports, yoga, horticulture, art and music therapy, community outings, and more.
Headway DAY program is free thanks to the support of Wounded Warrior Project.
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.
Bourgeois Fishing Charters offer a wheelchair accessible covered dock and food and drinks.
They request that your party be able to assist you when boarding on and off fishing vessels.
Located 30 minutes south of New Orleans.
Morning, afternoon, and over-night charters are offered.
Weekend camp for survivors of traumatic brain injury.
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/.
City of Hammond Recreation Department offers adult leisure programs.
Have fun while learning to sail!
People in our community with disabilities – cognitive and physical, old and young – and their families are provided the opportunity to sail through the use of specialized accessible boats, specialized transfer equipment and trained staff.
The entire sailing center and fleet have been purposely designed and actively modified so that we may accommodate a wide range of abilities.