AccesSport specializes in sports that the most agile athletes find challenging. We intentionally choose sports that our athletes may have little to no experience with, and which they may have never even considered. We are pioneers in the field of adaptive windsurfing, and we offer other unique water sports as well: Hawaiian outrigger canoeing, stand-up paddling, and kayaking.
Our Summer Sports Program at Watch City (Waltham MA), we also offer a wide range of adaptive sports including Hawaiian Outrigger Canoeing, Stand-up Paddle Boarding, Kayaking, adaptive bicycles (including recumbent and hand cycling), and a unique form of adaptive skateboarding, or “land paddling.”
At Harvard University we offer adaptive tennis, with innovative drills and games that challenge ambulatory and wheelchair players alike. Two sessions of Thursday Nigh Soccer are offered at the Cotting School in Lexington.
Our In-School Sports Program is held in Boston Public Schools with a curriculum that includes soccer, basketball (introduced in 2018 in collaboration with former Boston Celtic Terry Rozier), and hockey (introduced in 2019 in collaboration with former Boston Bruin Andrew Raycroft).
The patented AccesSportAmerica Gait Trainer Program is offered 3 days per week at the Cotting School in Lexington. The Gait Trainer Program is beneficial to adults living with standing, balancing, and ambulatory issues, whether short term or chronic.
For a full description and photos of each of our sports, click here.
To apply for one or more of our programs, please complete our application.