Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center is partnering up with Max in Motion to host free youth adaptive sport clinics for six months. These sports clinics introduce children 18 years and under with physical disabilities to power soccer, wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis, wheelchair lacrosse and hockey. Continue Reading MaxInMotion Youth Adaptive Sports Clinics
Share this Post Story by Christian Guerithault Illustration by Alison Baionno Pick a time from dawn until dusk and you… Continue Reading Tempe Town Lake and Adaptive Activities
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As the adaptive recreation program coordinator for Daring Adventures, Brenna Bean strives to make all outdoor trails, hills and parks accessible to people with disabilities. Prior to her T4 spinal cord injury, Bean was known to play almost every sport in the book. Continue Reading Daring to Take the Path Less Traveled
Although he’s only 12 years old, Gabe Scanlan of Gilbert has his eyes firmly planted on the prize—the Paralympics. Gabe could qualify for the Paralympics in a multitude of sports. He plays wheelchair basketball, runs the 100, 200, and 800-meter dashes and throws shot put, javelin and discus. Continue Reading Meet Arizona’s Paralympic Hopefuls
Tracy Heuermann is an active and well-known volunteer at Ability360. But when she discovered curling, ‘active’ took on a new meaning. Continue Reading Tracy Heuermann: Cool as Ice