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    Sports and games whose rules of play or playing formats have been changed to allow people with functional or cognitive disabilities to play.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Adaptive Outdoor Recreation - Colorado Discover AbilityCDA promotes independent participation in outdoor recreational activities. With the use of certified volunteers and adaptive equipment, individuals with disabilities can enjoy outdoor programs otherwise unavailable to them. Activities include: - Rafting - Kayaking - Paddle Sports - Cycling - Camps - Snowboarding - Paralympic Sports - River Trips Veterans have programs tailored to their specific needs.Mesa County601 STRUTHERS AVEColorado Discover Ability
    Adaptive Sports - Challenge AspenChallenge Aspen is dedicated to impacting lives by presenting meaningful recreational, educational cultural and competitive experiences to individuals faced with cognitive or physical challenges. The aim of Challenge Aspen is to carefully orchestrate life changing adventures, giving participants the courage to learn something new, trust their own abilities and carry that ideal forward, reaching toward goals in other areas of their lives.Pitkin CountyChallenge AspenChallenge Aspen
    Adaptive Sports/Recreational Activities - Aspen CampAspen Camp offers year-round activities for all ages who are deaf or hard of hearing. Pricing and schedules can vary. Call or go online for details. Shuttle transportation is available. For youth: - Winter Camp (ages 10-17, 5 days): basic or advanced ski and snowboard skills - Summer Camp Session 3 (ages 8-12, 10 days): hiking, rafting, backpacking, high ropes course and more - Summer Camp Session 2 (ages 10-15, 14 days): hiking, rafting, backpacking, high ropes course, can add additional backpacking week and entrepreneurship week - Summer Camp Session 1 (ages 13-17, 14 days): hiking, rafting, backpacking, high ropes course, can add additional backpacking week and entrepreneurship week - Entrepreneurship Camp (ages 10-17, 7 days): find the inner entrepreneur and work with teams to develop entrepreneurial skills and develop the latest social enterprise - Family Camp: families with Deaf children are welcome to come to camp together for an inspiring weekend where kids will get plenty of fun and stimulation from Deaf role models while parents get to discuss and learn from each other. For adults: - Women's Retreat (21 and older, female only, 5 days): snowshoe hiking, trips to the spa and hot springs, socializing in downtown Aspen. - Extreme Retreat (21 and older, 5 days): advanced skiing and snowboarding on four mountains and two ski resorts. Lift passes included. Also experience the Winter X-Games up close and personal. Aspen Camp also offers ASL classes locally for people of all ages.Pitkin County4862 Snowmass Creek RoadAspen Camp
    Child Cancer Support (24 County Road 524) - Shining Stars FoundationProvides year-round sport, social, recreational, and outreach programs for children and their families in any stage of their cancer battle, including treatment, relapse, or remission.Grand CountyShining Stars FoundationShining Stars Foundation
    Disabled Youth Recreational Programs - Small ChampionsProvides winter and summer sports programs to Eagle County youth who are challenged with a variety of cognitive and physical disabilities. Programs include: - Ski & snowboarding programs - December through April - Horseback therapy - June through October - Tennis - year round - Swimming - June through October - Golf - June through August - Gymnastics - June through OctoberEagle County905 Red Sandstone RoadSmall Champions
    Recreation - Telluride Adaptive Sports ProgramOffers Summer and Winter adaptive sports activities for varying ages and skill levels. These activities include: -Hiking -Biking -Horseback Riding -Kayaking -Camping -Fishing -Skiing -Ice Climbing -Snowboarding Telluride Adaptive Sports Program also provides programs and services for active military and veterans with disabilities.San Miguel County568 Mountain Village BoulevardTelluride Adaptive Sports Program

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