Achieving Dreams Art Gallery

The Center has opened an Art Gallery! The Achieving Dreams Art Gallery is open Wednesdays and Thursdays from 1pm to 4pm and by appointment this summer. The amazing member-created artwork in a variety of media is on display and for sale in the gallery located at The Center’s Hardesty Family Adaptive Sport Complex at 1707 E. 11th Street.

Rehabilitative Fitness & Services

Fitness opportunities offered for a variety of levels and impacts ranging from low to moderate designed to improve strength, stamina, flexibility and overall health to prevent relapse or further injury. Opportunities include a state-of-the-art fitness center with specialized and adaptive equipment, an indoor track, therapy pool and a variety of fitness classes, including seated aerobics, muscle energizer, yoga and totally fit.

Transition Services

An individualized program is developed to assist persons who have a newly-acquired challenge to focus on obtaining the skills needed to function independently at The Center. These may include mobility, personal hygiene, adaptive techniques, communication and/or cognition.

Adaptive Sports

An active member of MoveUnited, adaptive sports offers sport activities for recreation and competition as well as sport clinics in the community. Sports include adaptive cycling, adaptive climbing, air rifle, boccia, goalball, power soccer and wheelchair sports such as softball, basketball and racing.

Youth Programming

Opportunities for youth to actively engage in recreational activities, adaptive sports, outings and cooperative games. Activities encourage relationship development, increased confidence and independence through experiences.

Adaptive Recreation

Recreational and leisure experiences develop interests and promote social involvement, including arts, crafts, horticulture, computers and wellness education.

Become a Member

The Center offers people with physical challenges opportunities to enhance their quality of life through adaptive and accessible programs and services. To be a member, one must have a primary disability consisting of a mobility, dexterity or sensory challenge. The Center welcomes people with a variety of challenges, including cerebral palsy, hearing loss, Multiple Sclerosis, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, seizure disorders, spina bifida, spinal cord injury, spinal stenosis, stroke complications, traumatic brain injury and vision loss.

UPCOMING EVENTS

The Center’s Spring Art Sale

6-25-2022

In conjunction with the Route 66 Road Fest, The Center is hosting a pop-up art sale with original works of art created by The Center members! There is a variety of mediums to view and each piece is available for… Continue reading The Center’s Spring Art Sale

Center Experience

9-30-2022

Center Experience is a team-building event that showcases obstacles that people with physical challenges experience in their daily lives. In addition to competing in a variety of adaptive activities, teams from across the Tulsa region compete for the title of… Continue reading Center Experience

Showcase-4-Life Expo

10-19-2022

National Seating and Mobility and The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges are proud to present Showcase-4-Life Expo for individuals experiencing mobility impairments. Event Highlights • Learn about valuable mobility resources • Explore the latest developments in assistive technology •… Continue reading Showcase-4-Life Expo

Tulsa Run

10-29-2022

ATTENTION RUNNERS! The Center has been chosen as a charity partner of the 45th Annual Tulsa Run! For each runner who uses our Charity Team link to register, The Center raises funds to help support our mission. You can help… Continue reading Tulsa Run

Holiday Mart

12-3-2022

Holiday Mart is The Center members annual art sale. Come shop the artwork created by The Center members, including paintings, ceramics, pottery, stained glass, holiday decor, seasonal plants and much more. Bring your friends and family and get into the… Continue reading Holiday Mart

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