Disabled Sports USA’s Adapt2Acheive program is proud to support the training of adaptive instructors through the production of sports-specific manuals and conferences as well as safety and risk reduction information.
Please check back for updates and new materials as our library of sports-safety materials continues to grow.
Produced by experts in their field, these sports-specific manuals are intended to complement the hands-on training volunteers receive.
Archery Manual (Coming Summer 2016)
In addition to the above-mentioned Disabled Sports USA-sponsored manuals, many governing bodies and national sports organizations have recognized the benefits of training coaches interested in working with adaptive athletes and created their own training materials. Links to many of those manuals are included here as a resource and Disabled Sports USA is not responsible for the content. This list is not intended to be an endorsement of the training from DSUSA nor a comprehensive list of all adaptive trainings. If you have recommendations on training manuals or materials that should be added, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Boccia International Sports Federation Competition Rules
Safety & Risk Reduction
In addition to sports-specific training, it is important for instructors to understand the unique population of adaptive athletes. These training manuals help to ensure instructors are prepared to safely support their students through a variety of different sports activities.
Disabled Sports USA is proud to be a member of the Athletics 4 All task force, dedicated to the goal that all students should have access to after-school extracurricular sports activities. This task force has created manuals for how to best incorporate athletes with disabilities into their high school athletic programs.
Manuals can be found for: