The Adaptive Sports and Recreation program offers a spectrum of service, from entry-level instruction to ongoing recreation and competitive sports. This program provides the appropriate level of support and challenge for clients of all abilities. Northeast Passage offers ongoing programs in 12 different sports of particular interest to people living in New England.
In addition to the developed sports programs, Northeast Passage offers “Explore Clinics” in new and different activities. While these activities do not typically develop into ongoing programs for NEP, they serve as a resource to explore the many different options for recreation and sport available to individuals with disabilities, their friends and families. Explore Clinics offer experienced instructors, equipment and information on how to pursue the activity following the clinic. In the past, NEP has offered clinics in self defense, fencing, remote control planes, yoga and many others. If you have an idea for an Explore Clinic, please contact Northeast Passage at 603-862-0070 or email at email@example.com.
Current Recreational Sport offerings include:
Current Competitive offerings include:
Click here to download Northeast Passage’s event cancellation policy. This document includes events canceled by NEP, by a participant and our inclement weather policy… We rarely cancel an event – even if it’s raining!
Northeast Passage requires pre-registration for ALL events. If a participant does not register and attends an event, we cannot guarantee accommodation due to limited equipment and staff/volunteer coverage.
For more information or to register for any of Northeast Passage’s programs, please call 603-862-0070 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Private instruction is available upon request/availability. Call Northeast Passage (603-862-0070) if you are interested in a private lesson or equipment demo.
The mission of Northeast Passage is to create an environment where individuals with disabilities can enjoy recreation with the same freedom of choice, quality of life, and independence as their non-disabled peers.