Adaptive / Para Tennis

Who can participate:
Anyone, youth and adult, who has a mobility or cognitive challenge that makes participation in traditional programming difficult. This program is co-ed.

Spina bifida
Spinal cord injury
Cerebral palsy
Congenital limb issues
Amputations
Leg length discrepancy
Short stature
Muscular dystrophy
Parkinson’s disease
Multiple sclerosis
Motor dyspraxia
Limited range of motion
Balance issues
Post stroke
Blind and visual impairment
Down syndrome
Autism spectrum
Learning disabilities
Cognitive impairments
Low muscle tone
Other congenital syndromes
Individuals may ambulate independently, or use assistive devices, or wheelchairs.

Scholarships are available. No one will be denied participation due to financial concerns.

Veterans with a disability are able to participate in STAR programs for free.

What to bring:
Water bottle
Comfortable clothing
Bike gloves (if you have them)
Tennis racquet (if you have one)
Parent or care partner is welcome to attend.
The STAR Center provides all equipment necessary for each program.

COVID-19 disclaimer
The STAR Association follows CDC, State and County Health Department recommendations for COVID Mitigation. We recommend that all who are eligible to get a vaccine to do so. Masks, social distancing and proper hand washing will be required at all STAR programs.

Dates & Times
Sunday, Apr 21st, 2024 2:30pm
Sunday, Apr 28th, 2024 2:30pm
Sunday, May 5th, 2024 2:30pm
Sunday, May 12th, 2024 2:30pm
Location

"1801 Losey Blvd S La Crosse, 54601"

Ages

Teens (Ages 13-19)
Adults (Ages 20-64)

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