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Adapted Sports Program

Are you interested in participating in an adapted sports program? Would you like to maintain a healthy, active lifestyle through fitness? Maybe you’re looking to make new friends, socialize or just have fun! Then join the Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan’s SportsAbility program.

Rehabilitation Institute of Michigan’s SportsAbility program provides competitive and recreational sporting opportunities for persons with disabilities.

SportsAbility members have an opportunity to participate in a number of activities including:

  • Wheelchair Basketball
  • Fitness Training
  • Adaptive Bowling
  • Hand cycling clinics
  • Adaptive Waterskiing
  • Kayaking
  • Adaptive snow skiing
  • Wheelchair tennis clinics
  • Weightlifting clinics

RIM’s Certified Therapeutic Recreational Specialists (CTRS) assist with the formation of teams, clinics, training, and equipment adaptations.


SportsAbility is open to children and adults throughout Metro Detroit with disabling or chronic conditions including spinal cord injury, brain injury, amputation, stroke, spina bifida, multiple sclerosis and muscular dystrophy.

SportsAbility is supported through grants, donations, and funding raising activities such as RIM’s annual “Celebrity Wheelchair Basketball Game,”

For more information, please contact:

Sue Boeve, Sr. CTRS

SportsAbility Supervisor
(248) 305-7386

Myreo Dixon

SportsAbility Coordinator
(313) 745-6624