The chapters bring the magic of our excellent quality program to the people right in their communities.
Consultation, training & support for adaptive ice skating offered through our chapters or in partnership with parks and recreation departments or other non-profits.
Our specialized equipment, developed over 40 years of experience, enable skaters with different, multiple and challenging disabilities to take to the ice.
Our uniquely designed adaptive ice skating equipment includes our own line of Learn-To-Skate walkers in three sizes, accomodating children as young as 18 months through fully grown adults. We have skaters who are over 6 feet 7 inches tall who have had great success with these. Our Bar Seat Walkers are designed for those with weight bearing and mobilitiy limitations, allowing skaters to sit on the bar seat as needed, which supports up to 350 pounds and is available in two sizes based on the height and arm span of the skater. This model works in conjunction with our Bar Seat Stabilizer for those with severe disabilites. Our Sling Seat Walker is a non-weight bearing model for children or smaller adults. This model has height and weight limits. Our specially-made ice skates include models for AFO, RGO, SMO orthotics, a Pronated model and our Standard model featuring extra padding and superior structural support.
The magic happens when the blades hit the ice. Volunteer coaches inspire our skaters facing many challenges to overcome them and then each becomes more while having fun on the ice together. All grow in health and confidence while sharing a fun activity.
The chapters bring the magic of our excellent quality program to the people right in their communities. Communities are transformed by the process of pulling together and helping their neighbors challenged by disabilities. Volunteers are impacted on all levels of their being becoming; more compassionate, more kind, more understanding. Through service we are all transformed.