August 14, 2018, 10am, Adaptive Pickleball Clinic at Wilber Park, Oneonta, NY. (Rain date August 16)
**POSTPONED to August 16, 10am**
*PROGRAM FULL - No more registrations accepted*
August 22, 2018, 12pm, Adaptive Rowing Clinic at Brookwood Gardens, Cooperstown, NY
August 25, 2018, 10am, Adaptive Soccer Clinic with St. Michael's College women's soccer team, Colchester, VT.
August 26, 2018, 5pm, EDD Memorial Fund Night Out at the Ballpark! Centennial Field, Burlington, VT. Come show your support for EDD and watch the Lake Monster's take on the Brooklyn Cyclones. A portion of your ticket purchase will be donated to the EDD Memorial Fund.
September 8, 2018, 10am, Adaptive Pickleball Clinic at Wilber Park, Oneonta, NY. (Rain date September 9)
Sept. 10 - Oct. 15, 2018, Adaptive Yoga Class 6 week session, Mondays 6:30 - 7:30pm, First United Methodist Church, Oneonta, NY
September 15, 2018, 12pm, Adaptive Rowing Clinic at Brookwood Gardens, Cooperstown, NY
September 16, 2-18, 10am, Biking Clinic at Pathfinder Village, Edmeston, NY
The EDD Memorial Fund offers adaptive sports programs throughout the year to children and young adults with developmental and physical disabilities. Our free basketball, baseball, soccer, swimming and tennis clinics are currently available in Central New York, Eastern Pennsylvania and Vermont. We partner with local colleges to lead our skill clinics, with the Adaptive Sports Foundation in Windham, NY to offer alpine race training and downhill skiing instruction and with Athelas Therapeutic Riding in Otego, NY to provide horseback riding lessons. Our current locations are Castleton, VT, Colchester, VT, Oneonta, NY and Allentown, PA. Our current partners include Castleton University, Hartwick College, Muhlenberg College, St. Michael’s College and the Oneonta Outlaws, a summer collegiate baseball team.
“Everyone involved centered their attention on helping the children achieve success and confidence.” - parent
Our goal is to teach sports in a fun environment and to inspire kids to want to play sports. We believe that each child can learn to play by adapting activities to their ability level. Exceptional volunteers are the key to a great program and we try to keep a high volunteer-to-participant ratio, often 1:1. Our volunteers provide encouragement and work closely with the participants on basic skills like dribbling, shooting baskets or volleying a tennis ball over the net.
"Everyone was super as usual. We always look forward to these clinics."- parent