SCI Active Network is a non profit organization who have created a network of paras and quads who want to get out and get active. They play sports, they work through common issues, and help each other live the lives they want.
Founded by Roy Tuscany, the Tahoe-based Foundation supports the dreams of mountain action sports athletes by raising injury prevention awareness while providing resources and inspiration to those who suffer life altering injuries.
Traveling as a disabled individual
Travel site created and managed by paraplegic Ashley Lyn Olson
Access Northern California is a non-profit organization working to increase opportunities and improve access to travel and outdoor recreation for people with disabilities and seniors throughout Northern California.
Organizers of recreational activities for the disabled
Access guide to Santa Cruz County
Outdoor Activities Organizers
Theater group, embracing disability-a little risqué
Theater group, not as risqué
Wheelchair rider’s guide to California Coast
Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program for adapted sports and rec activities
Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors
Adapted Recreational Resources- San Francisco Bay Area
California State Parks- Information and Disabled Pass
Parks, Recreation and Neighborhood Services in San Jose
Valor Games series provides opportunities for Veterans and service members with disabilities to participate in sports and connect to community providers
Disability Travel is a vacation planner and tour operator exclusively for wheelchair travelers, their families and friends
Environmental Traveling Companions - ETC makes the joy and challenge of outdoor adventures accessible to people with disabilities and disadvantaged youth
Flying Wheels Travel is a travel agency for people with physical disabilities, chronic illness or difficulty walking
Mobility International USA empowers people with disabilities to achieve their human rights through international exchange and international development
Society for Accessible Travel and Hospitality
The Disabled Traveler- Questions to ask before you travel…..
Emerging Horizons magazine
Very comprehensive repository of articles and relevant web sites devoted traveling with a wheelchair
Adventures From A Wheelchair - Reviews and Videos of wheelchair accessible trails in the San Francisco Bay Area
City of Sacramento Access Leisure aims to optimize quality of life and provide enhanced life experience to people with disabilities through accessible recreation programs and services. Programs include a variety of recreational and competitive sports, social and leisure functions, and outdoor educational, and residential and day camping adventures.
Access Earth is an iOS and Android mobile app and website that allows users to rate places by their accessibility for people with mobility impairments.
Sonoma County Regional Parks is a collection of some 11,000 acres of open space encompassing 56 parks, trails and beaches with many wheelchair accessible venues.
Access Adventures enriches the lives of people with disabilities and other under-served members of our community by providing outdoor recreation, open space access, education and therapy, through a working partnership with horses.
Curb Free with Cory Lee is a travel web site created by wheelchair user, Cory Lee, who shares his experiences as a disabled traveler who shows you how to travel, where to travel and why travel regardless of your disability.
Achieve Tahoe provides winter and summer sports instruction at all ability levels for adults and children with disabilities. By engaging our participants in healthy activity and encouraging exploration of new capabilities, our programs create opportunities for achievement in sports that carry through to other areas in life.
Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra is a volunteer-based nonprofit dedicated to changing the lives of children and adults with disabilities and their families by: offering year-round outdoor sports and activities, creating inspiring challenges, providing expert instruction and adaptive equipment, and rallying the community to comfortably accommodate people with disabilities.
Located in the Central Sierra Nevada, the Central California Adaptive Sports Center (CCASC) brings outdoor adventure programs to persons with disabilities. They welcome individuals and groups of all ages and backgrounds.