Below are resources that we have accumulated over years of working with families and professionals.  This is a living list and we regularly add to it.  We hope you find this a good starting point for obtaining help and support.


  • Adams Camp
  • Adaptive Adventures is an organization that believes outdoor sports should be available for everyone and empowers individuals with disabilities to be able to participate in such adventures. It is the world’s largest mobile outdoor adaptive sports provider and has helped over 100,000 participants find independence, overcome trauma and establish purpose.
  • Adaptive Wheelchair Curling is organized through Denver Curling Club in Golden. With the building of this dedicated facility, Colorado is now primed to develop a world-class wheelchair curling program. 
  • Breckenridge Outdoor Education Center
  • Challenger Baseball‘s mission is to provide an opportunity for individuals with intellectual and physical challenges to enjoy the benefits of Little League participation in an environment structured to their abilities. Individuals ages 4-18 can participate in the Colorado Springs Little League Challenger Division while individuals ages 15 and above (no maximum age) may participate in the Senior League Challenger Division.
  • Colorado Adaptive Sports Foundation aims to bolster independence, improve self-confidence, elevate social interaction and enhance quality of life through organized team sports. CASF is for people of all ages throughout Colorado who have physical disabilities including spinal cord injuries, spina-bifida, amputations and cerebral palsy.
  • Colorado Rolling Mammoth is the first wheelchair lacrosse team in the country to be officially linked to a National Lacrosse League professional franchise – the Colorado Mammoth. The Rolling Mammoth has been a leader in the early stages of wheelchair lacrosse’s spread across the United States and its growth internationally. Wheelchair lacrosse now includes eight official teams across the country and continues to expand.
  • Colorado Sled Hockey 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. 
  • Colorado Springs Therapeutic Riding Center
  • Dare to Play Soccer program is a collaboration among the Colorado Rapids, Global Down Syndrome Foundation and Regis University Men’s Soccer which provides males and females with Down syndrome ages 7+ with the opportunity to learn basic soccer skills and camaraderie from college and professional soccer players. During three practices, campers are paired with a collegiate player from Regis University’s Men’s Soccer team. The program also includes two games, where campers get to show off during halftime at a Regis University soccer game and at a Colorado Rapids match in front of thousands of fans!
  • Denver Harlequins Wheelchair Rugby Club offers competitive and recreational rugby to help promote and develop the health and success of wheelchair athletes. Our vision is to (1) enrich the lives of people with disabilities; (2) offer wheelchair athletes a recreational and/or competitive outlet; and (3) promote disability awareness through educational and community outreach. 
  • iCan Shine provides quality learning opportunities in recreational activities for individuals with disabilities, especially bike, swim, and dance camps. By creating an environment where each person is empowered to maximize their individual abilities, everyone can shine!
  • National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) is a public health practice and resource center on health promotion for people with disability. NCHPAD seeks to help people with disability and other chronic health conditions achieve health benefits through increased participation in all types of physical and social activities, including fitness and aquatic activities, recreational and sports programs, adaptive equipment usage, and more.
  • National Sports Center for the Disabled have led the way in redefining adaptive outdoor experiences. We’ve helped participants reignite a passion for playing and competing in the great outdoors. We’ve re-invented adaptive equipment, technology and coaching methods. And we’ve helped our athletes, and the world, #RethinkAbility.
  • No Barriers
  • Promise Ranch Therapies and Recreation
  • Rolling Nuggets Colorado Wheelchair Basketball program was one of the first wheelchair basketball programs in the country to be directly affiliated with an NBA team – and currently fields elite-level adult teams in the Men’s Championship Division and Women’s Division of the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA), as well as the Junior Rolling Nuggets of the NWBA’s Junior 10’ Division. Colorado’s youngest aspiring athletes, aged 6-12, learn the game as part of the Prep Rolling Nuggets.
  • Rolling Rapids Power Soccer team is the first full-time power soccer program in Colorado. It combines the skill of the wheelchair user with the speed and power of the chair itself to create a challenging and entertaining game and is played in a gymnasium on a regulation basketball court. The team practices three times a month in the spring and fall at different gymnasiums.
  • Trailability Program in El Paso County Colorado at Bear Creek and Fountain Creek Nature Centers utilizes “Terrain Hoppers” or off-road mobility vehicles that allow members of the El Paso County community with physical limitations to experience trails previously inaccessible to them.
  • Wheel Park is a place to practice your skills with all things “wheel” featuring two concrete rinks for inline hockey and adaptive sports, an RC track, a concrete skateboard bowl, bicycle free style ramps and bicycle motor cross. The 14.5-acre park is accessed from Iliff Avenue, ¼ mile east of Chambers Road.
  • Wheelchair Lacrosse USA organizes, develops, and promotes the sport of wheelchair lacrosse while providing opportunities for people with disabilities to live active lifestyles.

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