Amputee Support Group
Amputee Support Group
Fun • Knowledge • Support • Education
Evenings will include:
Opportunities to connect with other amputees
Group activities, proprioception exercises and gait training
Information on community resources and recreation opportunities
Guest speakers from our community
First Tuesday of Every Month
Idaho Elks Medical Plaza, Fourth Floor
600 N Robbins Rd, Boise
St. Luke's Amputee Support Group: Boise
AquAbility is committed to developing independence and ability, enhancing health and fitness, increasing self-esteem, and improving quality of life for people with disabilities.
AquAbility provides year round therapeutic aquatic programs for people of all ages who are challenged by a variety of permanent disabilities including but not limited to: spinal cord injury, visual or auditory impairment, Multiple Sclerosis, amputation, Cerebral Palsy, traumatic brain injury, paralysis, stroke, multi-trauma, PTSD, Parkinson’s Disease, Down Syndrome, Autism, and developmental disabilities.
For more information contact: (208) 336-1876 or firstname.lastname@example.org
AquAbility is a chapter of Disabled Sports USA.
Boise Parks & Recreation - Adaptive Recreation Programs and Services
Boise Parks and Recreation's, AdVenture program, meaning Adaptive adVentures, offers year-round recreation, wilderness excursions, fitness programs, sports and social activities to individuals with disabilities, their families and friends. AdVenture’s programs include Flying into the Idaho Wilderness for overnight camping, whitewater rafting, adaptive cycling, fishing, fitness classes, snowmobiling, water-skiing, social outings, wheelchair rugby, wheelchair basketball, adaptive sports clinics and much more! Take me to AdVenture Page or call 208-608-7680 to learn more. Boise Parks and Recreation also offers scholarships.
Idaho Wheelchair Tennis Association
The Idaho Wheelchair Tennis Association (IWTA) boasts a history of serving Boise and the surrounding areas that spans three decades. IWTA is dedicated to the promotion of tennis among disabled adults and children. We strive to introduce competitive wheelchair tennis to local athletes, and to offer all members--with varying degrees of abilities--opportunities to connect with other players, to challenge themselves, and to participate in our community in positive ways.
For more information visit: http://www.idahowta.org