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Who Are The Navigators?
SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!
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ADAPTIVE SPORTS CLUB
Provide training and competitive athletic opportunities for youth and adults with physical disabilities that promote success, self worth and independence.
We provide community and friendship for all of our members. For our elite athletes, we train, qualify them and compete, providing all the required equipment and resources at no cost
To Inspire, motivate and help transform the lives of people living with disabilities.
HOW THE NAVIS DO IT
By building social skills, promoting healthy living and self confidence through the grit and determination of adaptive sports training.
HERE ARE SOME OF THE MOST ASKED QUESTIONS
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How Do I Get Involved?
-> To learn more contact our Executive Director TBD (800) - 000 - 0000 or firstname.lastname@example.org
-> Potential participants are encouraged to come see what we do. Contact Us For Practice Times and Locations
Who Is This For?
-> All Physical Disabilities from Visual Impairments to Amputees, there is a very wide variety other disability diagnoses which allow for participation within Paralympic Sport. Give us a call to find out
Do We Need Our Own Equipment?
-> If you have your own equipment, you are encouraged to use it. The Navigators will provide access to equipment where possible and will help in seeking grant opportunities which provide equipment grants.
How Much Does The Program Cost?
-> This is a zero participation fee for service program. Costs may be incurred when athletes start to travel with our competitive teams. Financial hardship is not a limiting factor. We do request that families take part in fundraising to support the team!
I Know Someone Who Is Disabled, What Do I Tell Them?
-> There are many ways to share our information... Share our website, social media pages or just our contact info. We are here to support the community and will help in any way possible.
Do You Go To The Special Olympics?
-> Some of our athletes have gone on to participate for the US Paralympic Team, the Paralympics is for Physical Disabilities and typically not have cognitive impairments.
WATCH US IN ACTION
2019 - National Junior Disabilities Competition