Ainsley's Angels is a non-profit that provides inclusive running opportunities for people with disabilities. They pair people with disabilities with runners who push them in local road races using special racing chairs. Ainsley's Angels ultimately aims to provide community, involvement, and adrenaline to people with disabilities as well as build awareness of the special needs community through visibility, advocacy, and education.
Pairs special racing chairs and abled-bodies runners with people with disabilities to create adaptive running opportunities for people of all abilities and identities
The best way to know if you like a program is to give it a try! We want all swimmers to be comfortable, happy, and safe when they swim. We offer a risk free trial lesson for all new swimmers. If you are happy with your lesson we can get you enrolled and continue with our program. If you are unsatisfied we will help you find the right fit. We are about water safety and building strong swimmers!
Our Down To Box classes are adapted for individuals ages 16 and older with intellectual/developmental disabilities, such as Down syndrome and Autism. Our amazing instructors and volunteers provide 45 min high energy boxing and fitness classes, providing tools to gain skills in coordination, self-defense and physical fitness through boxing techniques. Always wanted to box? Here’s your chance… join us for a class and try us out! Classes are Tuesdays 6:30pm-7:30pm Interested? Questions? Call 608-425-0008 or Email email@example.com
The Edgerton Youth Soccer Association (EYSA) is an independent program operated by volunteers who have a passion for the sport as well as creating a positive learning environment for its players. Edgerton youth soccer welcomes all levels of ability.
Football camp is a fun and interactive event where school age children who have Autism get to practice football drills, learn new skills and have some fun with real football players on a real football field. At the end of the day participants are joined by their family members for a picnic and awards ceremony. The camp happens every year in October in McFarland, and is put on by the Autism Society of South Central Wisconsin.
At Goldfish Swim School, we use our holistic philosophy, The Science of SwimPlay®, to build life skills both in and out of the water using play-based learning in a fun and safe environment. We are proud to provide state-of-the-art aquatic facilities that are designed to enhance learning with our indoor swim classes and programs for children.
Fitchburg, WI 53719
Madison Ice Inc is proud to offer the following Adaptive Ice Skating and Hockey Programs:
Adaptive Learn-to-skate (classes are free)
Sled Hockey for boys and girls
Sled Hockey for adults
Special Hockey for youth & adults
725 Forward Drive
Madison, WI 53711
1834 Commercial Avenue
Madison, WI 53704
“A quiet Gym” is a class for children with ASD/sensory needs and a facilitator. On Saturday mornings 8:15 am - 9 am. Families sign up for a month at a time. $85/month.
Madtown Twisters is excited to offer a time for children on the autism spectrum and those with sensory needs to explore the gym with a facilitator (parent or other adult). The class starts at 8:15 AM on Saturdays and runs for 45 minutes. Please join two experienced coaches in a fun filled experience geared towards rolling, jumping, and learning gymnastics in a quiet environment. Most suitable for children aged 3-10 but please contact Jo for more information.
Miracle League of Dane County is a baseball program for children with cognitive and physical disabilities. Children play on a custom-made, rubberized field and are assisted by a volunteer when they are on the field.
Children participate in an eight-game season in the months of June and July. Each child gets to hit, run the bases, throws and field a ball, and scores a run. It is a non-competitive league.