Why Adaptive Sports and Fitness?

As evident throughout much of our independent research and coordination with Oak Hill, there is a significant demand among the disabled community for facilities tailored to individuals with disabilities that focuses not merely on rehabilitation, but also long-term fitness. Regardless of one’s physical or intellectual ability, it is commonly acknowledged that among all demographics, regular exercise yields more positive long-term health outcomes for patients and demonstrably provides them with a superior quality of life. 

However, the scope of these facilities is fairly limited to centers such as Oak Hill, which despite its extensive range across New England, attracts a smaller clientele base due to lack of knowledge regarding its community presence. Yet, as a research team passionate about sports and fitness, we understand the value of these components in building a community; how finding a welcoming space to improve one’s physical capabilities can change not only one life but the lives of those around him.


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