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Merger of Two Disabled Sports Groups Results in Move United

The two largest organizations in the United States overseeing community-based adaptive sports have announced a merger to a new organization called Move United. Disabled Sports USA and Adaptive Sports USA announced the formation of the new entity whose goal will be to lead the movement to fully include people with disabilities in American society, using Continue Reading

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Disabled Sports USA Launching Wheelchair Football League

Disabled Sports USA will launch a Wheelchair Football League in four cities with a wheelchair football athlete taking part in the NFL Draft that will be held virtually from April 23–25. The league will have teams in Chicago, Los Angeles, Phoenix and Kansas City, Missouri, and be aided by the NFL and a Bob Woodruff Continue Reading

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Adapting to New Sports Events

Sometimes in sports and in business, purposes align to set visions in an entirely new direction. Such a convergence happened in 2013 in Fort Wayne, Indiana. At the time, Turnstone, a nonprofit organization that has provided services for people with disabilities since the 1940s, was embarking on a capital campaign to expand its complex for Continue Reading

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Citi Partners with Disabled Sports USA

Disabled Sports USA has announced a national partnership with Citi through 2020 to help bring adaptive sports opportunities to people with disabilities in communities nationwide. Under terms of the deal, Citi will provide funding to local DSUSA chapters and the bank’s U.S. employees will volunteer to support community-based adaptive sports programs in 14 communities in Arizona, Continue Reading

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