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Engage with Us

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Connecting with the University of Michigan and great Ann Arbor community is at the forefront of what we do. Check out all the ways you can get involved. 

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Student Group

The Adaptive Sports Student Interest Group is a University of Michigan student group that has the objective of engaging undergraduate and graduate students to educate, spread awareness, and get people involved in adaptive sport.

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Sign up here to receive weekly emails about participating or volunteering with our drop-in programming.


We offer drop-in programming year round. Our program offers drop-in sessions for track & field, basketball, and tennis. 

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The primary goals of the Michigan Adaptive Sports and Inclusive Recreation Initiative (ASIRI) are to increase awareness about, knowledge of, access to, and participation in adaptive sports and fitness among children with and without disabilities in the public school system. Our goal is to embed adaptive sports and inclusive recreation as part of the physical education curriculum in Michigan public schools. This initiative aims to support the wellness and quality of life of people with disabilities and create inclusive opportunities for people with and without disabilities to come together.

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RX To Play

Our program understands that there is a lack of awareness  and opportunities for physical activity for individuals with disabilities. Our submitted grant proposal, entitled ““Prescription to Play” (Rx to Play), will connect individuals living with spinal cord injuries (SCI) to local physical activity resources and provide continued support in the rehabilitation process. Proposed outcomes include an increase in awareness of, access to, and participation in physical activity programming for individuals living with SCI in Southeast Michigan.’

For more information contact Chuck Aoki

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