Comprehensive Sports Resources and Programs
- Achilles Track Club
A worldwide organization, represented in sixty countries. Our mission is to enable people with all types of disabilities to participate in mainstream athletics, promote personal achievement, enhance self esteem, and lower barriers.
- International Sports Federation for Persons With Intellectual Disability (INAS-FID)
Organises an annual programme of Regional and World Championship competition working closely with the International Federations for sport, and manage the classification of athletes with an intellectual disability.
- World T.E.A.M. Sports
World T.E.A.M. Sports brings individuals with and without disabilities together to undertake unique athletic events throughout the world to encourage, promote, and develop opportunities in sports for all people. Our team oriented athletic events coupled with medical and educational outreach programs stimulate the power of learning through participation.
- English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS)
The national body responsible for developing sport for disabled people in England. We work closely with the six National Disability Sports Organisations (NDSOs) recognised by Sport England to develop sporting opportunities for the 11 million disabled people in England.
- International Paralympic Committee—United Kingdom
The international representative organization of elite sports for athletes with disabilities.
IPC organizes, supervises and co-ordinates the Paralympic Games and other multi-disability competitions on elite sports level, of which the most important are world and regional championships. It is an international non-profit
organization formed and run by 160 National Paralympic Committees and 5 disability specific international sports federations.
- Australian Athletes with a Disability
Umbrella organization for Australian Sports Organisation for the Disabled, Cerebral Palsy Sports and Recreation Federation of Australia, and Wheelchair Sports Australia
- Alberta Amputee Sport and Recreation Association
Providing support and opportunity for competitive and recreational activities, in both disabled and able bodied events.
- Association Quebecoise de Sport en Fauteuil Roulant
- BC Wheelchair Sports Association
Non-profit organization devoted to providing opportunities for athletes with physical disabilities.
- Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association
A national sport organization representing wheelchair athletes - has a mission to promote excellence and develop opportunities for Canadians in wheelchair sport.
- Manitoba Wheelchair Sport Association (MWSA)
Established as a means of contributing to and providing incentive for, the total development of physically disabled persons by presenting them with opportunities to participate in a variety of recreational activities and wheelchair sport programs.
- Ontario Wheelchair Sports Association
Dedicated to the development and promotion of athlete centred, amateur wheelchair sport programs. The Ontario Wheelchair Sports Association (OWSA) was established to coordinate workshops, clinics, seminars, competitions, public awareness demonstrations and special events to promote wheelchair sports throughout the Province. The OWSA is also responsible for setting policy, qualifying standards, enforcing rules, sanctioning events, handling protests and other related matters to ensure that all competitions are run fairly.
- Saskatchewan Wheelchair Sports Association
- Wheelchair Sports Alberta
Responsible for the development and delivery of provincial level sport programs and services throughout Alberta. Specific sports that fall under the WSA umbrella include: Wheelchair Basketball, Wheelchair Rugby, Wheelchair Tennis, Wheelchair Athletics and Sledge Hockey. WSA works in partnership with local, regional, provincial and national sport organizations and local sport system providers to create a dynamic environment for wheelchair sport participation through inclusion at all Levels.
- American Association of Adapted Sports Programs, Inc. (AAASP)
America's Hometown Sports Leagues for Youth with Physical Disabilities and Visual Impairments
- Disabled Sports USA
Organized by disabled Vietnam veterans to serve the war injured. DS/USA now offers nationwide sports rehabilitation programs to anyone with a permanent physical disability.
- National Ability Center
The National Ability Center is committed to the development of lifetime skills for people of all ages and abilities by providing affordable outdoor sports and recreational experiences in a nurturing environment.
- National Center on Physical Activity and Disability (NCPAD)
Encourages people with disabilities to engage in regular physical activity to promote healthy lifestyles and prevent development of secondary conditions.
- National Center on Accessibility (NCA)
This website was created by Indiana University's Department of Recreation and Park Administration
in cooperation with the National Park Service. The NCA has a technical assistance program which provides the latest information regarding the inclusion of people with disabilities in parks, recreation and tourism.
- Adaptive Adventures
Working to advance the quality of life of people with disabilities through year-round outdoor sports and recreation. Adaptive Adventures identifies, promotes and provides progressive sports and recreation opportunities for children and adults of all ages, with physical disabilities.
- National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD)
Offers outdoor recreation opportunities to individuals with disabilities.
- Northeast Passage
Providing "Barrier Free Recreation" to individuals with physical disabilities, friends, and families for over 12 years
- National Disability Sports Alliance
The National Disability Sports Alliance (NDSA) is the National Governing Body for competitive sports for individuals with cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries and survivors of stroke. NDSA was originally formed as the United Cerebral Palsy Athletic Association (USCPAA) in 1987.