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Our Mission? To empower individuals of all abilities by building self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills through sport, recreation and educational programs.

NAC Stories

Andrew Haraghey Going All The Way

As a six month old infant in Enfield, Conn., Andrew Haraghey contracted viral encephalitis. It affected the motor control areas of his brain and he developed cerebral palsy in his legs. For the rest of his life, his legs would be tight and spastic, or as he puts it, “they work against me.” He would have to stay

Against All Odds Paralympic Hopeful

She’s ski training in California, she’s cheering at her son’s hockey game, she’s off to an alpine race. Danelle Umstead is busy, busy, busy. And she only has a small window of eyesight to get it done

From Puerto Rico to Podium

Puerto Rico has never sent an athlete to the winter Paralympic games, so Orlando Perez will make history when he competes in three downhill events for the island. He’ll be going for gold on his monoski in the Super G (super giant slalom, a speed event), giant slalom and slolom (technical events).


NAC Athletes

We are proud to train and support some of the world’s best adaptive ski and snowboard athletes. From Paralympic Champions to Team Flyers riders with cognitive and developmental differences, these athletes chase their dreams while redefining “possible” every day.

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