Return to Sport Guidelines Now Available
SportAbility is pleased to release Phase 2 sport specific guidelines for Power Soccer, Boccia, and Para Hockey. All SportAbility affiliated clubs and programs must follow the SportAbility Guidelines to receive sanctioning, funding and liability protection.
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If someone has ambitions to go to the Paralympics, then I think this is a vital route to take. For myself, playing 7-aside soccer gives me confidence to play 11 Aside soccer. I think it is very fun and teaches players with disabilities different soccer skills and sets realistic soccer goals. The program helps me become more aware of my own health and other needs. I feel this helps, and will continue to help make me reach my dream of making the Paralympics in 2012. “
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