Skiing for Disabled
Provided by: Saskatchewan Ski Association
A volunteer-driven support network within the Saskatchewan Ski Association (SASKI) that manages the Saskatchewan Adaptive Ski Program where certified instructors promote skiing for individuals with disabilities through training on safe, adaptive equipment and nationally recognized training methods.
Training is available for the following winter sports, pending instructor availability and proximity to a local SASKI ski club:
- Para-Alpine (including mono-skiing, bi-skiing, 4-tracking, 3-tracking, blind skiing, cognitively challenged skiing)
- Para-Nordiq (including sit skiing, biathlon, blind skiing, cognitively challenged skiing)
Opportunities available to members include:
- ski events for skiers with a disability, including integrative events with able-bodied where possible and when appropriate
- volunteer training courses for local programs
- access to certification programs for instructors/coaches working with athletes with a disability.
Individuals (all ages) with physical disabilities, cognitive challenges, or sensory impairment.
Contact for information.
Variable fees associated with club or provincial programs.
Business Line: 306-780-9236
Hours of Operation
Winter season or summer cross training.
Saskatchewan Ski Association
1860 Lorne Street
Regina SK S4P 2L7
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