Wasatch Adaptive Sports believes in the development of ability, independence and active living through recreation. We provide entry-level through advanced instruction of winter and summer recreational pursuits for individuals with adaptive needs and their families. Through personalized assessments and instruction, along with adaptive equipment, we work together to achieve your goals and experience the outdoors without limitations. Wasatch Adaptive Sports programs focus on increasing independence and mobility in a social environment.
Winter Programs are here! Learn more about each of the programs and the measures WAS is taking to mitigate the risks involved with COVID-19 by visiting the Program Registration page.
Marcia Livingston, a WAS student, rented a stationary bike set up through the Equipment Rental Program in order to continue strengthening her legs throughout the winter. Hear about her experience and learn more about the Adaptive Spinning Program by watching the video below:Read More
Our experience with WAS began in 1995 when my parents discovered WAS and got my youngest brother, Matt, involved. Matt was diagnosed with Joubert Syndrome, and at the age of four was still not able to walk. My parents were looking for an experience where Matt could be part of the outdoors. Matt began skiing …Read More
This month, hear from 3 WAS students who are a part of the Veterans Program in honor of Veterans Day on November 11th. Sergeant Ronnie Steele, Airman Jeff Garrison, and Sergeant Daniel Rodriguez share about their experiences in the military and why recreating with WAS is an important part of their life now. WAS is …Read More
My name is Lucy Fenn. I had a massive MCA stroke which affected my entire left side on November 14th, 2017. I was so scared, to say the least! My family and close friends were all very supportive after the stroke. My two daughters began a Facebook page for me to allow my friends to …Read More
Hello! My name is Tyndall Bounous, and I have been a ski instructor for WAS for 2 seasons. I grew up as a child playing in the Wasatch Mountains, and am the 3rd generation of ski instructor/coach in my family, beginning with my grandfather Junior, my father Steve, and now myself. My parents raised me to …Read More
Jill Atwood retired from her position on the WAS Board of Directors in July 2020. As the Director of Communications for the VA Rocky Mountain Region, she brought a wealth of knowledge and experience to the WAS team. We are incredibly grateful for the time she served on the board, and we are excited about …Read More
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