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Have fun all year long! Find out swimming and sailing, hiking and camping, skiing and skating, and much more.


General Resources and Information
Sites offering information on a variety of sports and activities.

Sports and Recreational Organizations
Sites devoted to one particular sport or recreation.

Diving Resources



Community Living
Resources for living, managing and enjoying everyday life when using a wheelchair. Links and resources from all over the Internet!

Encyclopedic resource for all outdoor recreation.

Infinitec, Inc.
Assistive technology, resources (Information, technology, equipment, specialists, etc.) for all aspects of life.

National database of assistive devices and rehabilitation equipment for people with disabilities.

InsideMS Articles
Going Mobile: Adapted Bicycles
When You Can't Do the Sport You Loved
Adaptive Tai Chi
Fish Tales
Flower Power
Just Dance
Exploring "Integrated" Dance Companies


Magazine for athletes with disabilities. Contains information about sports, physical education, and recreation.

Sports 'n Spokes
Published by Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA) Focuses on sports and recreation for those in wheelchairs—training, exercise, and international events and competitions.

Active Living Magazine
Health, fitness, recreation, and sports magazine for people with disabilities.

Last updated July 2007
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Information provided by the Society is based upon professional advice, published, experience and expert opinion. Information provided in response to questions does not constitute therapeutic recommendations or prescriptions. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society recommends that all questions and information be discussed with a personal physician.