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.
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services
Services for people with all levels of hearing loss, including Interpreter Services, which provides sign language interpreters for meetings, appointments and events and Deaf Services, which provides one-on-one advocacy and assistance for people with hearing loss.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Shoot for The Center
Shoot for The Center: The Eddie Sutton Challenge is a HORSE match-up event raising unrestricted funds to support The Center. The success of this event lies in the ability to present high caliber HORSE match-ups that are fun and engaging.… Continue reading Shoot for The Center
Inspire: A Night of Entertainment
Join The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges (The Center) on Saturday, June 1, 2024 for Inspire: A Night of Entertainment at the Cox Business Convention Center.