AquAbility develops independence and ability, enhances health and fitness, increases self-esteem, and improves quality of life for children, adults and veterans with disabilities.
AquAbility therapeutic aquatic programs are available for infants to adults who are challenged by a variety of disabilities, including but not limited to: paralysis, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, visual or auditory impairment, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, amputation, spinal cord injury, brain injury, Down Syndrome, spina bifida, autism, and developmental disabilities. AquAbility strives to provide all people with disabilities access to our programs. Contact us for scholarship inquiries.
The goals of AquAbility are to foster physical and cognitive benefits, raise self-esteem, promote lifetime fitness, encourage and cultivate positive social interaction, improve quality of life, and to allow for independence.
AquAbility also offers opportunities for competition, specialized clinics, and open water swimming outings and other events for participants.