We Are Always Rollin’!!
Video by Audra Kim
A touching tribute from Stephanie (Kaili’s mom) and Kaili (TA adaptive athlete).
Watch to end.
Thankful ~ Grateful ~ Blessed
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This program was funded in part by a grant from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs.
Life is an adventure — a bold and sometimes risky undertaking —
challenging each of us to confront and overcome self imposed limits of possibility.
TA programs provide the experiential lessons and progressions that prepare you
for success. Our individualized approach, care and attention to details sets us apart.
Helping one person at a time may not change the world,
but it could change the world for that one person.
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We Enrich Lives – One Smile at a Time!
Welcome to a life of adaptive sports and adaptive outdoor adventures!
Therapeutic Adventures, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable educational organization. We are proud of our highly trained and committed ALL volunteer staff. As you explore this website, you will come to understand what differentiates us from other non-profit organizations – the diversity and scope of our services.
OUR PROGRAMS are categorized in two general areas: Therapeutic Adventures (TA) (adaptive outdoor adventures) and IndependencePlus Adaptive Sports (I~AS) (recreational and competitive adaptive sports) which support individuals of all ages and abilities:
- Physical & Developmental Disabilities
- Disabled Heroes – Military, Warfighters, Veterans, 1st Responders and their Families
- Cancer Survivors
- Chronic, Terminal Health Conditions and Other Complex Medical Needs
OUR PROJECTS focus on: (1) Education and Outreach; (2) Accessibility; (3) Safety & Risk Management; (4) Conservation & Eco- Stewardship; (5) Leadership Development; (6) Adaptive Equipment Design and Development.
OUR EVENTS are comprised of adaptive camps, adaptive sports clinics, therapeutic retreats, races, and volunteer service projects.
QoL spotlight – Therapeutic Adventures
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(1) A familiar worldwide online payment system that supports online money transfers as an electronic alternative to traditional paper methods like checks and money orders.
(2) If you prefer, you may download the WeAdapt4U donor form and mail us your donations.
We enrich lives – one smile at a time!
Our commitment is to support individuals and families by providing quality adaptive sports and adaptive outdoor adventure experiences. Your pledge to sponsor Therapeutic Adventures, makes it possible for us to enrich the lives of our adaptive athletes.
Sponsor an adaptive athlete . . . because smiles matter! $1,500 >
For an entire season, it costs approximately $1,500 per/adaptive athlete ($300/day) – this includes assessment, individualized instruction, insurance, program supplies, adaptive athlete recognition, special adaptive equipment, area use fees, and more.
Sponsor adaptive equipment . . . because smiles matter! $3,500 >
Equipment for adaptive sports and outdoor adventures is very specialized. High-tech materials, engineering, and insurance make equipment very costly. A mono-ski, or bi-ski, a tandem kayak, or a hand-cycle each may cost $3,500 or more.
Sponsor an event . . . because smiles matter! $5,000 – $10,000 >
TA offers a number of single day and multi-day special adaptive events (camps, therapeutic retreats). Our events typically serve 15-40 participants with adaptive needs and may cost $5,000 > for a single day, and $10,000 > for a multi-day event depending on what is included: event registration, assessment, insurance, use of special adaptive equipment, special use passes, permits, travel, event supplies, recognition, meals, lodging, facility use fees.
Your donation, small or large, is a blessing to those we serve — providing important opportunities for all our clients/guests to have greater access to adaptive sports and adaptive outdoor adventures — helping them achieve functional independence and to improve their quality of life.
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