The University of Arizona Adaptive Athletics Program houses seven competitive teams as well as an adaptive fitness center. With excellent disability and athletics resources, and weather that allows for competition and training year-round, the University of Arizona is home to a dynamic and vibrant wheelchair and adaptive sports community. They believe in the power of sports to create an inroads to higher education and support the success of student-athletes by providing community, accountability, and academic resources.
Alabama Adapted Athletics sponsors competitive college sports in wheelchair basketball, wheelchair tennis and emerging sports like wheelchair road racing and wheelchair track. Their mission is to provide athletes the same elite competitive collegiate experience as every other collegiate athlete on campus.
University of Michigan Adaptive Sports & Fitness. Established in 2018, the program has quickly become recognized for its competitive adaptive sports teams and work in the community to support the growth and development of adaptive sports.
NWBA - The National Wheelchair Basketball Association is the longest standing and largest Disabled Sports Organization in the world.
my AFK (formerly Action For Kids) is a national charity supporting disabled children, young people and their families.
Whizz Kids are working hard to transform the lives of disabled children across the UK, supporting them to become confident and independent young adults.
LTA - The LTA is the National Governing Body for tennis in Great Britain, Channel Islands and the Isle of Man.
Caudwell Children is a UK wide Charity that acts to transform the lives of children with disabilities, autism and neurodevelopmental disorders.