Adaptive Adventures and RIC present:
Chicagoland Adaptive Climbing Club
Chicagoland Adaptive Climbing Club is ready to CLIMB!!
Chicagoland Adaptive Climbing Club is a partnership between Adaptive Adventures and the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (RIC). We provide opportunities for persons with physical disabilities and their loved ones to enjoy the sport and lifestyle of climbing. We provide instruction, adaptive gear, plenty of encouragement and a cool community of people to help reach to new heights.
We will be hosting regular climbing opportunities at First Ascent every 2nd and 4th Monday starting on December 12, 2016. For an up-to-date list please view our calendar.
Climbing fosters an amazing sense of community, trust, courage and accomplishment. It can be easily adapted to almost any ability level. Through climbing you can break through barriers and summit to new heights. Whether you have an amputation, spinal cord injury, visual impairment or limited mobility due to CP, SB, MS, MD or other physical conditions, we have climbing opportunities for you! Adaptive Adventures is currently offering programs for children (ages 8+), youth, adults, and veterans.
Participant: $10.00 Price includes essential climbing equipment, instruction, and lots of fun!
Volunteers: Registered volunteers assisting with the program are free thanks to the generous support of First Ascent - Avondale.
Thanks to the generous support from our sponsors and donors, the partnership with RIC we are able to keep these costs extremely low and provide scholarships for those in need. On average, we estimate this program to cost between 45.00 - 60.00 per night per person if you would like to further support our programs you can do so HERE.
Registration is required to ensure that we have enough volunteer support and the appropriate equipment for you to have a successful evening!
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