The 2017 Adaptive Sports USA National Conference and Delegate Assembly will be held in Phoenix, AZ on October 25-29 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel Phoenix Airport and the Ability360 Sports & Fitness Center.
The 2017 Adaptive Sports USA National Conference and Delegate Assembly is a national training, education and networking opportunity open to all professionals and students involved in or wanting to learn more about adaptive sports. The event provides a venue for professionals to share best practices and current trends in the movement.
Reasons to attend the Adaptive Sports USA National Conference and Delegate Assembly:
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS (CEU) OPTION
A “Certificate of Attendance” will be offered to all attendees that register for CEU’s. The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO), a Higher Learning Commissions (HLC) accredited institution, following the International Association for Continuing Education & Training (IACET) Standards will be issuing these certificates through Adaptive Sports USA. Although these CEU’s are not pre-approved, the Adaptive Sports USA National Conference has carefully followed all of UCO’s CEU guidelines to make this option credible. It is up to the attendee to attend applicable sessions and keep all conference materials as supportive documentation. An electronic certificate will be sent to attendees electing CEUs within two months of completion of conference.
The total number of CEUs available during the conference will be posted alongside the session descriptions on this website, and will be available for registration and payment.
The Adaptive Sports USA National Delegate Assembly (NDA) is held annually. The 2017 NDA will occur Saturday, October 28, 2017 at the conference site. The following Adaptive Sports USA official business will occur at the NDA:
WHO MAY ATTEND
The NDA is open to all current members of Adaptive Sports USA; however, only delegates, as defined below, may vote on official organization business. Adaptive Sports USA encourages attendance and participation from a minimum of one delegate from each member organization to ensure a diverse voice.
Delegates are defined as representatives from each member organization of Adaptive Sports USA: National Governing Bodies, Regional Point Organizations, Sport Technical Committees as well as Officers and members of the Board of Directors.
Please note: The speakers/sessions are subject to change at any time. Please note any changes to speakers or conference schedule on site. All attendees will receive a printed schedule upon check-in at the conference. Printed programs are not available in advance of the conference.
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Please contact Susan Rossi, Executive Director at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 719.439.3823.
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Adaptive Sports USA is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization. Founded in 1956, Adaptive Sports USA is a national leader in promoting active, healthy lifestyles for youth and adults with a disability. The organization is a gateway to sanctioned regional and national competitions and provides access to global opportunities for its members through its role as the only United States member of the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Federation.
Collaboration on the local, national, and international level is a cornerstone of the organization’s approach. Adaptive Sports has a growing nationwide chapter network providing ongoing adaptive sport programs, events, and annual competitions as well as individual members.
Focusing on archery, athletics, powerlifting, shooting, swimming and table tennis, Adaptive Sports USA provides a robust regional and national infrastructure for each sport. The organization hosts Junior Nationals annually as well as sanctions over twenty regional and national events. Adaptive Sports USA is a partner of the United States Olympic Committee, which recognizes the non-profit as a Multi-Sport Organization and works to develop national interest in sports.
Our Mission is to engage, evolve, and empower individuals with a disability to be involved in adaptive sport through education, coaching and advocacy.
Thank you to our incredible sponsors and partners whose contribution made this event a success.