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Adaptive Sports New England

Joe Walsh, President

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Thank you to all those who came out to our community day this Sunday! More photos to come! ...

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Be sure to join us this Sunday, November 5th at 10AM for our 2017 Community Day!

Take advantage of individualized introduction to various Para sports from the region’s top adaptive sport providers, a chance to learn about programs, networking with other Para sport athletes and parents, seminars, storytelling by local Paralympians, and a raffle of U.S. Paralympic Team gear from London, Beijing and other Games.

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Fall 2017 Paralympic Sport Community Day

November 5, 2017, 10:00am - November 5, 2017, 12:00pm

The Fall 2017 Paralympic Sport Community Day will be a celebration of Para sport across the region and will include demonstrations, individualized introduction to various Para sports from the region’s top adaptive sport providers, a chance to learn about programs, networking with other Para sport athletes and parents, seminars, storytelling by local Paralympians, and a raffle of U.S. Paralympic Team gear from London, Beijing and other Games. This day is for everyone who loves Para sport, whether you are a 5-time Gold Medalist, a fitness-focused weekend warrior, an aspiring up-and-comer, or a total novice. You’ll see old friends and meet new ones. Please join us! Who should attend: Youth and adults who have visual or mobility impairments plus their parents, siblings, friends and other supporters. Most participants in Para sports demonstrate typical cognitive, emotional and behavioral development and thrive in a team setting. Relevant professionals are also welcome. Highlights include: Ten introductory “try-it” stations run concurrently from 10:00-1:00 Running (blind/VI, amputee, CP) Wheelchair Racing Seated and standing throws Rowing Tennis Golf Basketball Biathlon Goalball Yoga Sled Hockey (in Everett 12:00-2:00 Learn More) U.S. Paralympians on hand for discussions, selfies and autographs Representatives from 25 adaptive sports & service organizations Raffle of U.S. Paralympic Team gear from London and Beijing. Seminar/discussions on: Inclusion in youth/club/community sports Participating in school sports Adult programs & groups The parent perspective

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