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Adaptive Recreation Programs

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Wheelchair Sports

Two adult programs are offered by the Sierra Challenge Athletic Association and Livin Life on Wheels in cooperation with : 

  • Wheelchair Basketball: The Silver State Highrollers Wheelchair Basketball Team offers a competitive experience with weekly practices and in and out of town league play from August to April.
    Contact Scott Youngs at 775-682-9056.
  • Wheelchair Rugby: One of the fastest growing wheelchair sports, it is fast paced and competitive. Designed for wheelchair users with limitations of all four extremities.
    Contact Todd Wolfe at 530-386-3340.

Dance for All

City of Reno and City of Sparks collaborate for a new dance series for teens and adults with Special Needs!

Special Olympics Nevada

We are proud to be a participating agency in Special Olympics Nevada, a not-for-profit organization serving the needs of adults and children with developmental disabilities. The City of Reno serves as a resource and host site for Special Olympics competitions and volunteers. 

Move United

Move United Member logoCity of Reno is now a Chapter member of Move United! Since 1956, Move United has focused on one goal: To improve the lives of wounded warriors, youth and adults with disabilities by providing sports and recreation opportunities.  Move United’s mission is to provide national leadership and opportunities for individuals with disabilities to develop independence, confidence, and fitness through participation in community sports, competition, recreation, high performance sport and educational programs. Each year through our nationwide network, we serve over 70,000 youth, wounded warriors and adults through a nationwide network of over 150 community-based chapters in more than 40 states nationwide. For more information, visit Move United Sport.

 

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