Recreation For All
"Sport and recreation programs for people with disabilities promote healthy lifestyles."
In the past,
access to recreation programs and activities has been a problem for people with disabilities. The Pennsylvania Center for
Adapted Sports was created to make sports and recreation more accessible for people with disabilities.
We offer a wide variety of activities, and a comprehensive approach to exercise and physical activity. Our programs are
geared to promoting active and healthy lifestyles that improve and maintain the quality of life.
Every day we work to make recreation and sports more meaningful and productive to people with disabilities. Many of our
programs are conducted right in the community and alongside able bodied peers.
At the Center, we are constantly developing and adding new programs, and keeping pace with the state of the art in equipment
design and techniques.
All ages and all abilities participate in our programs. Our goal is to to make community based recreation and sports accessible
May- Oct. Schuylkill River, Philadelphia. PA.
Jan-Mar. One of our most popular programs. Camelback Mt., Poconos.
New Program! PCAS now offers adapted kayaking. Spring through fall.
In partnership with Achilles Track Club.
Indoor climbing program. Blind and visually impaired, other disabilities as well.
May- Oct.Handcycling program and tandem cycling program. Fairmount Park Philadelphia.
Year round program, all ages and abilities.
Nov-Mar. Learn to swim, or improve your technique.
PCAS conducts training and consultation programs for institutions, agencies, and communities. • • • • •
Volunteers always welcome!
Pennsylvania Center for Adapted Sports#4 Boathouse RowKelly DrivePhiladelphia, PA 19130
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