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PO Box 304
558 Easton Valley Road

New Hampshire 03580

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The Personal Fitness for Children with Disabilities program helps participants learn outdoor activity skills by participating in regular activities with trained adult volunteers. In addition, guidance for participants and their families is provided to enable them to develop habits of physical activity on a regular basis as part of a long-term personal wellness strategy.


The mission of Adaptive Sports Partners of the North Country is to provide year-round opportunities in sports and recreation for persons with physical or developmental disabilities. Its goal is to enhance the personal development and self-esteem of participants, and to provide an opportunity to take risks in a safe and supportive environment. It is a core belief of the organization that the opportunity to experience the thrill of accomplishment can be a life-affirming experience. The organization is committed to including the families and friends of its participants, volunteers, partner organizations and the North Country community in its efforts.


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I've been involved with ASPNC almost from the beginning starting off fundraising and volunteering, also becoming a board member, I am amazed at the amount of services we have been able to offer and we continue to grow and make a huge difference in many peoples lives. We have a fantastic selection ... more »
My multi-handicapped son has been with ASPNC since early 2009! He has autism/epilepsy/gastroparesis and tibial torsion. In Oct. of 2008 he became critically ill and was inpatient at Boston Children's Hospital for an extended period of time. When released, I was told to get him moving! Due to the ... more »
I had this amazing volunteering experience through ASPNC this summer. Along with the team members, I helped the disable people reach the summit of Mt. Washington, NH (the place known for world's extreme weather and recorded highest wind speed in US) pushing and pulling the custom made wheel chair in... more »
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