November 2, 2022

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About Adaptive Sports & Leisure

Adaptive sports are exactly that: sports and recreational activities with slight adaptations so people with visual impairment can enjoy them. For skiing, it could mean 2:1 student-teacher instruction with the use of guide poles or a lead instructor skiing backward, giving instruction to a child as they go down the hill. In blind tennis, for example, the adaptation is a larger, bright yellow ball with a bell inside plus a 2- or 3-bounce rule.

Clovernook Center and Cincinnati Children’s are proud to partner with so many Adaptive Sports providers, some of which have a long history of working with individuals with disabilities. With their help, we are able to create a fun, safe environment specifically designed for kids with visual impairment. Most times, this comes at no out-of-pocket cost to participating families.

Get Involved

Would you like to know about Clovernook Center’s and Cincinnati Children’s Adaptive Sports events? Do you have an idea of a sport or recreational activity in your area? Let us know!

Check out our current list of events and register HERE!

For more information or questions, please contact Juandez “Dez” Scruggs at jscruggs@clovernook.org or call 513-728-6235.

 

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