Good deal Jacques!
I'm a sitskier, a C7 paraplegic, and have skied at a few programs: Breckenridge, Alpine Meadows, Jackson Hole, and Perfect North (Indiana). I'm not independent on the snow, so always have to ski in an adaptive program. There are a few forums that address this adaptive sport, my favorite is:
I have heard from friends of *very* good programs at several ski areas: (EAST) Loon Mountain, Sunday River, Wintergreen (VA), Snowshoe (WV), (WEST) Northstar, Crested Butte, Park City, Winter Park, Mammoth, and Big Bear (SoCal). Some of these outfits, like yours, such as Northstar and Loon Mountain, travel to various areas to serve the needs of local skiers. Nearly all big areas now have adaptive programs, a great improvement from years past. Below are links to the ones I skied with and some others. Thank you Jacques for posting this, and thank you for your work!
This is a *small sampling* of the programs out there...search "adaptive ski" at any given area or region, or call the ski schools at the area you are looking at. Nothing in Canada is listed here because of prejudice.
Just kidding. Canadian programs are awesome and plentiful.
Breckenridge (excellent and the biggest for paraplegic/quadriplegic skiers):
Park City (supposed to be huge):
Jackson Hole (small program but *awesome* instructors):
Tahoe areas (the great Bill Boness teaches at Northstar):
Southern California (Big Bear has an awesome program):
EAST and MIDWEST:
Perfect North (Southern Indiana):
Wintergreen (closest to Washington DC):
Loon Mountain (REALLY impressed with this outfit):