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The following are some adaptive ski schools and organizations in the New England Area. Please feel free to list some of those in your area.

Disabled Sports USA This is the main sponsor of Disabled Sports in the US.

DS/USA chapters Use this page to find DS/USA chapters in your area.

Wounded Warrior Project Their mission statement : To raise the awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of severely injured service men and women, to help severely injured service members aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs.

AbilityPLUS Provides adaptive programs at:
Waterville Valley NH
Attitash NH
King Pine NH
Mount Snow VT

And affiliate Programs at
Gunstock NH
Wachusett Mountain MA
Nashoba Valley MA
Stowe VT

• They also sponsor AbilityPLUS Therapeutic Riding Wolfeboro NH (aplusriding@abilityplus.org)

Mount Washington Resort/Bretton Woods Adaptive, Bretton Woods NH

White Mountain Adaptive Snowsports School, Loon Mountain NH

Vermont Adaptive Ski & Sports, Pico Mt. and Sugarbush VT

Maine Handicapped Skiing, Sunday River ME

Bart J. Ruggiere Adaptive Sports Center, Bromley Mountain VT

New England Handicapped Sports, Mount Sunapee NH

Central Maine Adaptive Sports, Lost Valley ME

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For Laurel Highlands adaptive skiers, or would be adaptive skier this is the organization that I use to be very active in. The go every weekend out of Hidden Valley, Pa, and also travel to several multiday clinics each year.
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In Albuquerque and Santa Fe:

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www.nscd.org awesome organization which I am involoved in, which has grown to be one of the largest in the world and started many of the others around. In Winter Park, CO.
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STRIDE has adaptive ski programs at Catamount, Jiminy Peak, and Ski Sundown in New England.

We are looking for instructors if interested.
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White Mountain Adaptive has a new 2600 sq. ft. adaptive center going up now that will be ready for this season. It will be a great addition to the program.
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Owl's Head mountain in Quebec, Canada is part of CADS (Canadian Association for Disabled Skiers) - www.fshe.org. We're a team of about 40 volunteer teachers with 40 students that come every two weeks (2 teachers per student).

We have equipment ranging from Monos to duals to Bi-skis to three and four-track.

Great place to learn adaptive skiing as the mountain and its customers are very fond of our foundation!
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Owl's Head in Quebec Canada has a foundation (www.fshe.org) part of the Canadian Association for Disabled Skiers. We are about 40 volunteers giving courses to about 40 students that come every 2 weeks (2 instructors per student).

We are very well equiped with all sorts of different apparels ranging from monos to duals to bi-skis to three and four-tracks, etc.

A great place to learn adaptive skiing in Quebec!
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Wintergreen Adaptive Sport @ Wintergreen Resort located in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. WAS has both a winter and summer program.
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