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Recommended Centers Offering Excellent Programs for People of All Abilities 

Northeast Passage

Northeast Passage logoNortheast Passage works to create an environment where individuals with disabilities can recreate with the same freedom of choice and independence as their able-bodied peers. All individuals, with disabilities or able-bodied, should have the freedom of recreational choices and opportunities to connect with themselves, their families, friends, community and nature. We accomplish our mission through education, problem solving, and the creation of opportunities. We work in cooperation with other programs to create a strong network of accessible recreation, rather than a duplication of services.


Shake-A-Leg logo Shake-A-Leg

Shake-A-Leg is a non-profit charitable organization founded in 1982 to serve people with disabilities, with an emphasis placed on spinal cord and related nervous system impairments. Shake-A-Leg's Mission is to provide traditional and complimentary therapeutic services that facilitate the development of independent living skills for individuals from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds who have experienced spinal cord injury and related central nervous system dysfunction.

 


 

Wilderness Inquiry

Wilderness Inquiry logoWilderness Inquiry creates outdoor adventure. Since 1978 over 40,000 people of all ages and abilities have participated on canoe, dogsled, sea kayak and raft trips throughout North America, Australia, and Europe.

 


 

 National Ability Center logoThe National Ability Center

The National Ability Center is dedicated to the development of lifetime skills for persons with disabilities and their families by providing affordable, quality sports and recreational experiences. The benefits of these experiences build self-esteem and confidence, enhancing active participation in the fabric of community life.

 


 Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center

Brekenridge Outdoor Education Center logoSince 1976, the BOEC has offered quality outdoor learning experiences to people of all abilities, including people with disabilities, those with serious illnesses and injuries, and "at-risk" populations. As a non-profit organization we are dedicated to helping people reach their full potential through custom programs for groups and opportunities for individuals. With adventure trips, internships, and volunteer positions, people of all abilities can get involved.

 


 

 National Association of Therapeutic Wilderness Camps logoWilderness Camps

For further information please visit their website

 

 

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