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Disabled Athlete Sports Association

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Disabled Sports USA

DSUSA is a community-based chapter network that provides national leadership for grassroots adaptive sport and recreation organizations. DASA is proud to represent St. Louis as an official DSUSA Chapter. To learn more, go to Disabled Sports USA.

Adaptive Sports USA

Formerly Wheelchair & Ambulatory Sports USA, Adaptive Sports USA provides multi-sport and recreation opportunities for individuals with a disability by facilitating, advocating, and developing a national community-based outreach program, providing resources and education, conducting regional and national competitions, and providing access to international competitions in conjunction with the International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Federation.  DASA is a regional governing body of ASUSA. Learn more at Adaptive Sports USA.

Athletics for All

The mission of the Athletics for All Task Force is to inform and provide the tools and guidelines by which coaches, athletic directors and school administrators can include students with physical disabilities in interscholastic sports. Learn more at Athletic for All.

National Wheelchair Basketball Association

In our pursuit of excellence, the National Wheelchair Basketball Association provides qualified individuals with physical disabilities the opportunity to play, learn and compete in the sport of wheelchair basketball. The National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) is comprised of over 200 wheelchair basketball teams across twenty-two conferences. The NWBA was founded in 1948, and today consists of eight divisions including: Division I, Division II, Division III, Women’s Division, Intercollegiate Men’s Division and Intercollegiate Women’s Division, as well as Junior 10’ (Varsity) and Junior Prep Divisions. Learn more at National Wheelchair Basketball Association.

United States Association of Blind Athletes

A member of the U.S. Olympic Committee, USABA provides athletic opportunities in various sports including, but not limited to track and field, nordic and alpine skiing, biathlon, judo, wrestling, swimming, tandem cycling, powerlifting and goalball (a team sport for the blind and visually impaired).  Learn more at United States Association of Blind Athletes.

United States Paralympics

U.S. Paralympics is a division of the United States Olympic Committee (U.S.O.C.), and is dedicated to becoming the world leader in the Paralympic Movement and promoting excellence in the lives of people with Paralympic-eligible impairments, including physical disabilities and visual impairments.  DASA is the Paralympic Sport Club of St. Louis.  To learn more, go to U.S. Paralympics, or find a club near you with the Paralympic Sport Club Finder.

United States Power Soccer Association 

USPSA governs the sport of power soccer throughout the U.S., and promotes the sport on the national and international levels.  It is the mission and hope of the USPSA that all persons with disabilities who use power soccer wheelchairs will have the opportunity to play and experience power soccer. Learn more at United States Power Soccer Association.
 

United States Quad Rugby Association 

The United States Quad Rugby Association provides oversight, development and administration to the sport of wheelchair rugby across the United States. Since 1988 the USQRA has been promoting and supporting wheelchair rugby to provide competitive athletic opportunities to eligible people with disabilities and also to empower people to reach their full potential in all areas of life. The USQRA features 45 teams with more than 500 athletes across the country. Learn more at United States Quad Rugby Association.

Contact

Disabled Athlete Sports Association
1236 Jungermann Rd., Suite A
St. Peters, Missouri 63376

Phone: 636-477-0716
Email: [email protected]

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