Health & Wellness Disability Resources

Recreation and Wellness Guide A guide with accessible recreation, sports, and social options including museums, libraries, camps, parks, and outdoor recreation. A sample of what is included in the chart below.
Resource Description
BOLD (Blind Outdoor Leisure Development) Offers people with visual impairments a wide variety of sports-related activities.
Donna Lexa Community Art Center "Promoting creativity, dignity and community for people with special needs through art."
Fishing has no boundaries Provides fishing opportunities for all persons with a disability.
Independence First Provides a variety of programs focusing on instruction, sportsmanship and fun!
Milwaukee County Recreation Part of the Milwaukee County website that focuses on recreational opportunities for persons with disabilities. Lots to do and see at this site!
National Center on Physical Activity and Disability A clearing house of vast amounts of information with regards to persons with a disability and physical activity.
Open the Outdoors Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources list of adaptive equipment and accessible cabins.
Relaxation - Dartmouth Knowing how to truly relax can take some practice. This site has some downloadable tools to help you get better at true relaxation or facilitate the skills you already have.
SMILES therapeutic riding Offers individuals with special needs the opportunity to participate in an equine assisted program.
Sunset Pines Resort A fully accessible year-round resort in west central Wisconsin.
Trips Inc. A company rooted in special education that provides all-inclusive vacation packages for travelers that are 16 years and older with an intellectual or developmental disability.