We are a PSIA Member Ski School (Professional Ski Instructors of America). Our PSIA certified instructors and trained volunteers make skiing or snowboarding possible for anyone with physical, cognitive or developmental disabilities.
The Adaptive Adventures PSIA Adaptive Ski School works hard to deliver affordable programs and technical assistance to improve the overall quality and safety of adaptive skiing.
The Adaptive Sports Association’s (ASA) winter program has been providing adaptive skiing, snowboarding and a variety of “sit-ski” instruction to people with disabilities for over 30 years.
The Adaptive Sports Center provides you with one of the most qualified instructor teams in the industry. All of our winter and summer instructors are professionally certified through education associations like Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors. The average tenure of an instructor at the Adaptive Sports Center is over seven years.
Formed in 1973, BC Adaptive Snowsports is a registered Canadian charity.
We enhance the quality of life for children, youth, and adults with physical & cognitive disabilities, their families and volunteers by providing opportunities to experience the joy, freedom, and health and wellness benefits of adaptive snowsports.
Blue Ridge Adaptive Snow Sports, Inc. (BRASS) believes skiing and snowboarding empower us! BRASS is led and run by volunteers dedicated to creating opportunities for people with disabilities to enjoy freedom of movement and the outdoors.
Adaptive Skiing and Riding at the World-Class Breckenridge Ski Resort and Keystone Ski Resort, Colorado.
The National Capital Division (CADS-NCD) is a member organization of CADS and oversees the programs and services operating in the regions of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec.
CADS - ALBERTA is the provincial chapter (or Division) of The Canadian Association for Disabled Skiing (CADS). A volunteer based organization having as it's main objective, assisting individuals with a disability to lead richer and fuller lives through active participation in recreational and competitive snow skiing and snowboarding.
The Calabogie Adaptive Ski Program was established in 2003. Serving the upper Ottawa Valley (Arnprior, Renfrew, Pembroke) and southeast Ontario, the disabled skiing program at Calabogie Peaks provides the opportunity for adults and children with disabilities to ski.
CADS fosters the development and delivery of best practices through partnerships, leadership, training, and certification so individuals with a disability have the opportunity for healthy recreation and competition in alpine adaptive snowsports.
Since 1995, the Challenge has offered a variety of lessons at Alyeska Resort. Challenge Alaska is located slopeside next to the beginner hill near the base of Bear Cub Quad.