All Ages Programs

Curling

Program Description Contact Info
Colorado Adaptive Sports: Wheelchair Curling When people think about adaptive curling they commonly envision those who use a wheelchair or deliver a stone using a stick rather than a traditional slide. However adaptive curling is much more including programs for the blind, deaf, or those with a wide range of physical or mental disabilities.

303-321-1107

curldenver@denvercurlingclub.com

14100 W 7th Ave.
Golden, CO 80401


Dance

Program Description Contact Info
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

 

 

 

 

Hockey

Program Description Contact

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.  covisionariesbhc@gmail.com   

Horseback Riding

Program Description Contact Info

Colorado Therapeutic Riding Center

https://www.ctrcinc.org/   

 As the oldest and largest therapeutic riding center in Colorado and one of the largest in the nation, CTRC serves nearly 500 riders through our dynamic Equine Assisted Activities and Therapies (EAAT) services of consisting mainly of Therapeutic Riding and Hippotherapy and has an impressive workforce of over 1,000 volunteers each year. 

303-652-9131

11968 Mineral Road

Longmont, CO 80504   

Hearts & Horses

https://www.heartsandhorses.org/ 

 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

https://www.prtr.org/
 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 

The Right Step

https://www.therightstepinc.org/ 

 The Right Step is a therapeutic riding program where clients of all ages with a range of physical, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive disabilities experience freedoms they have never felt before. 

720-893-0650

5200 W. Coal Mine Ave

Littleton, CO 80123 
Humble Ranch Clients can ride a horse, play in the barn, swing in a hammock, catch frogs in the pond, or feed the llamas while a physical, speech or occupational therapist works with the client on individual treatment goals.

970-879-3443

Cheri@humbleranch.com

P.O. Box 776290
Steamboat Springs, CO 80477


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

 

 

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

Multiple Programs

 Program Description
Contact
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 
 Colorado Parks & Wildlife   Colorado is world renowned for its wide array of outdoor recreation. Colorado Parks and Wildlife strives to make sure that everyone can access our special places and activities. Colorado Parks and Wildlife has multiple programs available to people with disabilities.   

303-291-7227

6060 Broadway

Denver, CO 80216