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Synergy Adaptive Athletics
A new regional adaptive sports program of WDSRA and NEDSRA

SPECIAL EVENTBoccia Nationals

Synergy Hosts USA Boccia Nationals Tournament

July 5-9th
Fort Hill Activity Center & Players Indoor, Naperville

During the USA Boccia Nationals Tournament over 200 athletes, coaches and referees from all over the United States will be competing on 16 courts at 2 separate venues in individual, pairs and team play. This is anticipated to be the largest Nationals Tournament in recent history. Not only does this offer local athletes greater access to this level of play, but it may help expose the sport to those not already involved.

Complete details can be found at http://usaboccia.sportngin.com/page/show/3169725-usa-boccia-membership-and-event-registration.


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Synergy Adaptive Athletics offers athletic programs for children, teens and adults with physical disabilities and visual impairments. With athletic programs specially designed for people with a recreational or competitive desire, each individual has the the ability to participate to his/her fullest extent possible.

Our goal is to provide life-changing opportunities while inspiring individuals
to realize their full potential so they can get the most out of life!

Learn more about Synergy Adaptive Athletics at www.synergyaa.com.
Follow them on Facebook www.facebook.com/SynergyAA.

Ask about our No Commitment Trial!

New to adaptive sports? Not sure if it is right for you? We invite you to give it a try. Simply contact us to make the arrangements. Contact Jason Stubbeman, Synergy Adaptive Athletics supervisor at 630-384-8542 or jasons@synergyaa.com.

Sports Offered

Synergy offers a variety of sports to match the skills and ability levels of any athlete.
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Soccer, Ambulatory
Sports Samplers
Track & Field
Water and Alpine Skiing
Wheelchair Basketball
Wheelchair Softball

Interested in something that you don’t see on this list? Contact us!

FAQs and Eligibility

Who is eligible to participate? Anyone who has a physical disability or impairment that may include but is not limited to amputations, muscle disorders, traumatic brain injury, stroke, spina bifida, and cerebral palsy.

Do I have to use a wheelchair to participate? Many of our athletes have disabilities that affect their lower body but they areWaterski picture still able to walk. For some sports these athletes utilize a wheelchair to create an equal playing field.

Do I have to have my own wheelchair to participate? Synergy has wheelchairs and other adaptive equipment for those interested in testing out a new sport.

What is the difference between Adaptive Sports and Special Olympics? Synergy Adaptive Athletics is for individuals with a primary physical or visual disability only. Special Olympics is for those individuals with cognitive or mental impairments.

Still in doubt? Contact us!

Benefits of Participating in Sports
• Improve your health and overall wellbeing
• Improve your self-confidence
• Build strength, endurance, and skills
• Develop team camaraderie
• Experience the thrill of competition
• The benefits are endless!

Learn more about Synergy Adaptive Athletics at www.synergyaa.com.
Follow them on Facebook www.facebook.com/SynergyAA.

Synergy is a new regional adaptive sports program of WDSRA and NEDSRA.

Contact Information

  • For more information on Synergy Adaptive Athletics, contact Jason Stubbeman at 630-384-8542 or jasons@synergyaa.com.


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