Athletic Events for Athletes with Disabilities – 2015

Central Region Athletic Competitions for Athletes with Disabilities – 2015 Texas Regional Games- April 24-26 (tentative) Mid America Games- Kansas,  May 2-3 GUMBO- LA, May 2 Gateway Games- MO, May 15-17 Challenge Games- KS, May 16 Thunder in the Valley- […]

Climbing Sports for Youth with Physical Disabilities – Free Class Now Open

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Check out the new climbing class at Blaze Sports!  Blazing New Trails is a program that will introduce youth with physical disabilities to a unique, life changing active experience through the sport of climbing. Climbing fosters a variety of unique […]

Our Favorite Orgs – Strong as Steel Adaptive Sports

May is Pediatric Stroke Awareness Month and the CHASA leaders would like to share some of our favorite organizations with you. These are folks who are doing some awesome work to help kids with hemiplegia, pediatric stroke, or different disabilities […]

Basketball Manager Thomas Adams

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Thomas and his parents attended the very first Children’s Hemiplegia and Stroke Association Family Retreat in Georgia in 2001. He was a fun loving little boy and had turned into a young man with a love of basketball. Thomas is […]

Pediatric Stroke and Silver in the FSKA World Championships

Boy with hemiplegia wins karate contest

Kaidhyn has hemiplegic cerebral palsy, but that diagnosis didn’t stop him from bringing home a chest full of medals form the FSKA (Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association) World Championships held in Denver this past weekend. Kaidhyn wasn’t alone at this competition. […]

Kaidhyn has Hemiplegia and is Competing in the FSKA Karate World Championship

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Seven year old Kaidhyn Stockdale will represent the city of Owensboro, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and the United States of America at the 2012 Funakoshi Shotokan Karate Association (FSKA) World Karate Championships in Denver, Colorado this weekend.  Kaidhyn is a […]

Strong as Steel Adaptive Sports

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My son Trent, who has survived many hemorrhagic strokes in his young life, has right hemiplegic cerebral palsy and epilepsy.  He has always been a natural runner, running has seemed to come more easily to him than walking!  When he […]

Following His Dream

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Danny’s Family   Danny is 15 years old and a freshman in High School. As the middle of three brothers, Danny was determined early on, to make sports a part of his life. He began organized athletics at the age […]

Thunder in the Valley Games Michigan

Adaptive Sports Season is in full swing. This is for adults and Juniors, age 7 and up. Thunder in the Valley Games are scheduled for May 31st – June 3rd, 2012 at Saginaw Valley State U and are hosted by […]

Cerebral Palsy Doesn’t Slow Down Nathan

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A True Winner! Nathan and his twin Jacob were born 4th of July 2002 at 29 weeks. Shortly after birth Nathan suffered a Grade IV brain hemorrhage. As a result he has left hemiplegic cerebral palsy. Nathan is currently in […]