Move United is building a community where everyone’s included. Where people can compete, or play, or move. To shift the narrative and redefine what disability looks like, we must join forces.

From March 1 to September 1, 2020, forty (40) organizations have joined the Move United member network. Offering more than 50 adaptive sports to 100,000 youth and adults with disabilities across the country, the Move United member network now consists of over 170 programs in 43 states and the District of Columbia. The newest organizations include:

-Ability First Sports

-ACCESS of Wilmington

-BAVA Beach ParaVolleyball

-Children’s Lightning Wheels

-Charles T. Sitrin Health Care Center

-City of Logan Adaptive Sports and Recreation

-City of Reno

-Clemson Adaptive Sports

-Coastal Adaptive Sports

-Dairyland Sports

-Dixie Wheelchair Athletic Association

-DuMyon Martial Arts

-EDD Adaptive Sports

-Hillsborough County Adaptive Sports

-Live Water Foundation

-Lone Star Paralysis Foundation

-Louisiana GUMBO Inc.

-Maryland Therapeutic Riding, Inc.

-MedStar National Rehabilitation Network Adaptive Sports & Fitness Program

-Morgan’s Wonderland

-Northern Arizona Adaptive Sports Association

-North Side Archer Club

-Oklahoma Adaptive Sports Association

-On The Edge Children’s Foundation

-One Chair At A Time

-ParaSport Spokane

-Prairie Grit Adaptive Sports

-Rehabilitation Hospital of Indiana Sports Program

-RISE Adaptive Sports

-Rochester Community Inclusive Rowing

-S.M.C.L. Foundation & Associates Inc. Adaptive & Disability Sports Organization

-Salt Lake County Adaptive Recreation

-Seattle Adaptive Sports

-Spaulding Adaptive Sports

-The Center for Individuals with Physical Challenges Tulsa

-Triumph Foundation

-Turning Point

-Warrior Sailing

-Wisconsin Adaptive Sports Association

-Youth Challenge

A number of these programs are part of the Move United Network as a result of the merger between Disabled Sports USA and Adaptive Sports USA to become Move United. Leveraging more than 110 years of combined adaptive sports experience between those two organizations, Move United will lead the movement to fully include people with disabilities in American society, using sport to challenge perceptions and redefine ability for youth and adults with disabilities.

This merger delivers a robust platform for growth, fostering expansion to more communities, with a goal to be locally available to 90% of the U.S. population by 2028, when the Olympics and Paralympics return to the U.S. Move United is the nation’s leading community-based adaptive sports organization and is an affiliate of the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee. You too can Join the Movement! To find a program near you, visit https://www.moveunitedsport.org/chapters/location-map/.