Help DeskSports, Recreation & FitnessUS Adaptive Sports by StateArizona

1.3. Arizona

1. Ability 360

  • Badminton, Baseball, Basketball/Wheelchair Basketball, Boccia; Curling, Cycling, Dance, Goalball, Golf, Hiking, Kayaking, Martial Arts, Paddle Boarding, Pickleball, Power Lifting, Rock Climbing, Running/Wheelchair Racing, Scuba, Soccer/ Power Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis/Wheelchair Tennis, Triathlon, Volleyball/ Sit Volleyball, Wheelchair Rugby, Yoga
  • Overview: Ability 360 provides exceptional adaptive sports, recreation, aquatic, and fitness programs that promote the independence, health, and overall well-being of people with disabilities and their family members. 
  • Contact Information:
    • Phone: 602 386-4566
  • Location: 5031 East Washington St. Phoenix, AZ 85034

2. Arizona Disabled Sports

  • Air Rifle, Archery, Bocce, Bowling, Cheerleading, Cycling, Dragon Boat Racing, Floor Hockey, Golf, Kayaking, Power Soccer, Skiing, Tennis, Swimming, Track and Field, Wheelchair Basketball, Zumba 
  • Overview: Arizona Disabled is a community that creates opportunities that empower individuals of all abilities through sports and recreation.
  • Contact Information: 
  • Location: 59 E. Broadway Road, Mesa, AZ 85210

3. North Arizona Adaptive Sports Association 

  • Alpine/ Downhill Skiing, Snowboarding
  • Overview: NAASA started this program because the director, Alex Davenport, wanted to allow everyone a chance to go down the slopes, regardless of their disability. This organization has highly trained staff as well as equipment anyone needs to get started.
  • Contact Information:
  • Location: PO Box 1903 Flagstaff, AZ, 86001

4. Arizona Adaptive Water Sports

  • Fishing, Kayaking, Wakeboarding, Water skiing
  • Overview: Arizona Adaptive Watersports serves children ages 3 and up and adults with physical and cognitive challenges. In order to participate in sports, except fishing and boating, one needs to be 1-year post injury, unless cleared by your doctor. Family, friends, and caregivers are more than welcome to attend for the day with no additional charge.
  • Contact Information:
    • Phone: (602)- 228- 3660
  • Location: 1000 S Meadow Ranch Lane, Dewey, AZ 86327

5. Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports 

  • Hand Cycling, Tennis, Wheelchair Basketball
  • Overview: Southern Arizona Adaptive Sports believes in adaptation and achieving. This organization is a nonprofit, volunteer driven adaptive sports organization that was formed in 2017, that connects and inspires people to get involved and get active.
  • Contact Information: 

6. Therapeutic Riding of Tucson 




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