Adult Programs

Baseball

Program Description Contact Info
Perl Mack Little League -
Challenger League

Providing baseball opportunities to children and adults who are physically and/or mentally challenged. Typical players are paired with players who require support, to bring the experience of baseball to life for everyone no matter their disability.

1-800-900-8086

perlmackll@yahoo.com

36 North Blvd.
Aurora, Co 80014


Basketball

Program Description Contact Info
National Wheelchair Basketball Association

The National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) is comprised of over 200 wheelchair basketball teams across twenty-two conferences. The NWBA was founded in 1948, and today consists of eight divisions including Division I, Division II, Division III, Women’s Division, Intercollegiate Men’s Division and Intercollegiate Women’s Division, as well as Junior 10’ (Varsity) and Junior Prep Divisions.

719-266-4082

1130 Elkton St., Suite A
Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Rolling Nuggets The Rolling Nuggets represent the state of Colorado with pride, competing against other NWBA teams from all across the United States. The Rolling Nuggets men’s and women’s teams have each captured national championships and have sent several players to compete at the Paralympics and other global wheelchair basketball competitions as part of the U.S. National Team. 360-209-9226

 

 

 

Cycling

Program Description Contact Info

Eyecycle Colorado

The mission of Eyecycle Colorado is to enhance the quality of life and independence of our blind and visually impaired stokers by offering organized tandem rides in and around the Denver Metro area.  

We recruit and train sighted captains (front seat of the tandem bike) and team them up with a blind or visually impaired stoker (back seat of the tandem bike). Our ride schedule is from May through October and approximately every other Saturday/Sunday for 20 to 40 miles.  All Eyecycle Colorado participants must be over the age of 21. 

 president@eyecyclecolorado.org

 

Dance

Program Description Contact Info
Omni Ballroom Offering group and private lessons for individuals with disabilities. The Dancing with Friends program is Physically Integrated Dancing that is wheelchair accessible and special needs friendly.  

720-325-6305

5366 S. Bannock Street
Littleton, CO 80120

 Feel The Beat Feel the beat is dedicated to creating sound accessible environments, using vibrotactile technology, to bring the expressive world of music and dance education to individuals who are Deaf, Hard of Hearing and with Special Needs. Feel the Beat is a fully accessible dance studio offering both in person and virtual classes for children and adults.

303-816-8683

info@feelthebeat.dance

3330 S Broadway Suite #452
Englewood, CO 80113


Grants

Program Description Contact Info
Kelly Bush Foundation

Offering the inspiration to believe and the grants to enable anyone with a spinal cord injury to buy the equipment they need to get out and go.

802-846-5298

info@kellybrushfoundation.org

Three Main Street, Ste 217
Burlington, VT 05401


Hockey

Program Description Contact Info
Colorado Avalanche Sled Hockey

Colorado Sled Hockey is a 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1995 and in 1996 was the first sled hockey team sponsored by an NHL affiliate. We are dedicated to providing a competitive environment to foster independence and elevate social interaction through hockey. Currently, we consist of four teams: Youth, A travel, B travel, B club, and Warrior Avs.

303-435-6460

bruce.grandchamp@lewan.com

5416 S. Telluride St.
Centennial, CO 80015

Practices:
841 Southpark Dr.
Littleton, CO 80120

Colorado Visionaries Providing a fun and exciting program which develops excellence builds teamwork and creates a passion for the game of hockey to the blind and visually impaired community. Open to skaters of all ability levels and ages. Run entirely by volunteers.

719-231-6603

covisionariesbhc@gmail.com 

Call for practice location and times


Horseback Riding

Program Description Contact Info
Hearts & Horses Promoting the physical, cognitive, emotional and social well-being of people with special needs through equine-assisted therapy.

970-663-4200

info@heartsandhorses.org

163 N CR 29
Loveland, Co 80537

Promise Ranch Therapeutic Riding Offering adaptive/ therapeutic riding and horsemanship lessons, hippotherapy treatment sessions, nature-based Occupational Therapy services, and horsemanship for Veterans.

303-817-6531

info@prtr.org

6230 E Hwy 86
Franktown, CO 80116


Lacrosse

Program Description Contact Info
Rolling Mammoth The Colorado Rolling Mammoth Lacrosse Team's mission is to promote wheelchair lacrosse throughout the state of Colorado to players of all ages and levels of play; act as a resource to further the development of the state's competitive players, and encourage the incorporation of wheelchair lacrosse into the mainstream. Whitlock Recreation Center
1555 Dover Street
Lakewood, Colorado

Multiple Programs

Program Description Contact Info
Aurora Therapeutic Center Aurora's Therapeutic Recreation program encourages meaningful recreation opportunities programs for individuals with disabilities to enhance and expand social, cognitive, affective and physical abilities.

(303) 326-8410

bbolks@auroragov.org

800 Telluride St.
Aurora 80011

Breckenridge Outdoor Recreation Center Whether skiing in the Adaptive Ski and Ride Program at Breckenridge or Keystone Ski Resorts, paddling the West’s great rivers or mastering the Ropes Course, BOEC inspires people of all abilities to discover new places, learn new skills and rekindle their spirit in the heart of the Colorado Rocky Mountains.

(970) 453-6422

boec@boec.org

PO Box 697
Breckenridge, CO 80424

Colorado Springs Therapeutic Recreation Program The Therapeutic Recreation Program (TRP) provides opportunities for youth and adults with disabilities to acquire skills that enable them to participate in leisure experiences of their choice and enhance their abilities to function within a community setting.
Denver Adaptive Recreation

Denver Parks & Recreation (DPR) offers therapeutic programs for people with disabilities at any age. Through numerous leisure activities, Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists (CTRS) and other DPR team members create opportunities to improve quality of life, foster independence and boost self-esteem.

(720) 865-0820

adaptive.recreation@denvergov.org

1849 Emerson St.
Denver, CO 80218

Highlands Ranch Community Association(HRCA) HRCA Therapeutic Recreation Programs are intended to enhance the quality of life of individuals with special needs. Our goal is to challenge participants, support general independence, choice, self-determination, and self-confidence.

(303) 471-7043

Summer.Aden@hrcaonline.org

Paul Derda Recreation Center- Broomfield Multiple Therapeutic recreation programs including swimming, yoga, gymnastics, bowling, and much much more!

(303) 460-6900

13201 Lowell Blvd.
Broomfield, CO 80020


 

 

 

Outdoor Activities

Program Description Contact Info
Adaptive Adventures Adaptive Adventures offers programs in a wide-range of outdoor spaces and sports for individuals with disabilities. The rock climbing program, run by a professional adaptive climber, offers indoor climbing clubs, outdoor climbing experiences and trips, custom veteran's series, adaptive climbing trainings and portable climbing wall services for adaptive events.

The Adaptive Sports for Kids (ASK) Program offers year-round recreational and competitive sports opportunities for children and youth ages 6 to 20 with physical disabilities.

Adaptive Adventures programs are offered to adults of all ages and backgrounds.

AAMO (Adaptive Adventure Military Operations) provides injured veterans and active-duty military the opportunity to return to the level of fitness and activity that they had prior to being wounded.
303-679-2770 ext. 222
craig@adapativeadventures.org

Rock Climbing

Program Description Contact Info
Paradox Sports Paradox offers indoor and outdoor rock-climbing experiences for climbers with disabilities. No prior climbing experience is necessary to participate! Outdoor programs occur regularly across the Front Range in conjunction with local guides and climbing experts.

Children are welcome to join with parental/guardian permission and accompaniment.

dave@paradoxsports.org
  

Soccer
Program Description Contact Info
Rolling Rapids- Colorado Adaptive Sports Power soccer is the first and fastest-growing competitive team sport designed specifically for power wheelchair users. Participants include persons with quadriplegia, multiple sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, head trauma, stroke, spinal cord injury, and other disabilities. broylesfx@gmail.com

Summer Camp

Program Description Contact Info
 Colorado Lions Camp 
 Serving individuals with special needs and disabilities through adaptive residential camping experiences since 1969.   719-687-2087

coloradolionscamp@msn.com

28541 Hwy 67N

Woodland Park, CO 80863 
National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) The NSCD offers adaptive lessons for individuals and groups of people with disabilities in a variety of action sports, adventure sports, and competitive programs. Athletes with any physical, cognitive, emotional or behavioral diagnosis can participate in sports and recreation programs year-round in Colorado’s Front Range and mountains.

(970) 726-1544

info@nscd.org

Winter Park, Colorado 80482

Wilderness Activities

Program Description Contact Info
Wilderness On Wheels Providing ACCESS TO NATURE for people of all abilities, their families, friends, and caregivers for over 30 years. Our 1-mile boardwalk rises to 9,000 ft. and allows everyone - young and old, individuals and groups - to roll and stroll through the beautiful Colorado mountains.

(303) 403-1110

wildernessonwheels@gmail.com

Highway 285
(south of Grant, Colorado at the base of Kenosha Pass)

Winter Sports

Program Description Contact Info
National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) The NSCD offers adaptive lessons for individuals and groups of people with disabilities in a variety of action sports, adventure sports, and competitive programs. Athletes with any physical, cognitive, emotional or behavioral diagnosis can participate in sports and recreation programs year-round in Colorado’s Front Range and mountains.

(970) 726-1544

info@nscd.org

Winter Park, Colorado 80482

Water Activities

Program Description Contact Info
Community Sailing of Colorado: Cherry Creek Reservoir

Adaptive Sailing Program utilizes specialized equipment to meet the needs of those who may have physical or cognitive disabilities. Weekly Free Adaptive Clinics for the whole family or adaptive group partnerships are what drives this program and allows us to share sailing with those in the community who may not otherwise have the chance.

(303) 757-7718

Denver and Boulder locations

Colorado Fishing Network Colorado has many river and lake locations which offer accessible fishing with facilities such as handicapped fishing piers, paved trails, and wheelchair access.

(303) 674-0252

krc@coloradofishing.net

26961 Hilltop Road
Evergreen, CO 80439

Paul Derda Recreation Center- Broomfield Multiple Therapeutic recreation programs including swimming, yoga, gymnastics, bowling, and much much more!

(303) 460-6900

13201 Lowell Blvd.
Broomfield, CO 80020

SafeSplash SafeSplash Swim School maintains a staff of SafeSplash Certified instructors with various training and experience in working with students with special needs of all ages. We work with several third-party organizations that support the tuition for students with special needs.

(720) 616-6119

moreinfo@safesplash.com

4151 E Colfax Ave.
Denver, CO 80220

Yoga

Program Description Contact Info
Guided By Humanity Guided By Humanity is a non-profit organization that offers accessible, inclusive, and compassionate mindfulness programming to Colorado residents that traditionally lack access to health and wellness resources.

(303) 437-9466

info@guidedbyhumanity.org

Denver Metro - Mobile


Winter Sports

Program Description Contact Info
Ignite Adaptive Sports Ignite Adaptive Sports harnesses the heart and dedication of the Front Range, surrounding mountain, and Northern Colorado communities to provide children and adults with disabilities access to Colorado’s amazing outdoor winter sports.

(303) 258-1166

info@igniteadaptivesports.org

PO Box 19016
Boulder, Co 80308

National Sports Center for the Disabled (NSCD) The NSCD offers adaptive lessons for individuals and groups of people with disabilities in a variety of action sports, adventure sports, and competitive programs. Athletes with any physical, cognitive, emotional or behavioral diagnosis can participate in sports and recreation programs year-round in Colorado’s Front Range and mountains.

(303) 633-5802

info@nscd.org

1801 Mile High Stadium Circle, #1500
Denver, CO 80204