Our Adaptive and Inclusion division offers programs to people with disabilities as well as inclusion support within any of our programs and events. Our programs are designed to develop skills, foster friendships, and increase self-confidence among those that participate. We work to provide quality experiences for participants of all genders and ages!

There are many ways to become involved in our programs, through Challenger sports, adaptive clinics, or other community events. Contact Emily Crisco at ecrisco@toknc.com or 336-564-2241 if you are interested in becoming involved as a Challenger coach or to offer support in other ways.

CHALLENGER SPORTS

Basketball, Cheerleading, Football, & Soccer

Challenger Cheer

What is a sports team without a cheer squad?! Join us to learn three cheer routines and one dance  to perform at the games throughout the season. This program is designed for children and adults of all genders who love to dance and CHEER! Participants will focus on skill development and creating friendships among their teammates.

Ages: 8+

Instructor: KPRD Staff & Volunteer

Location: Kernersville Community Recreation Center

Dates: September 10th – October 15th

Practices: Tuesdays; 5-6pm

Fee: Free!

Registration will open Monday, August 5th!

Register here!

 

Challenger Flag Football

This league, sponsored by the Carolina Panthers, will help players increase physical activity, develop skills, and increase socialization among teammates. This is a program designed for children and adults of all genders and will be structured for their individual success.

Ages: 8 and older

Instructor: KPRD Staff & Volunteer

Dates: September 9th – October 14th

Practices: Mondays; 4:30-6pm

Location: Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex

Fee: Free!

Registration will open Monday, August 5th!

Register here!

 

Challenger Soccer

This league will give participants the opportunity to get moving on a weekly basis! The goal of the league is to develop skills, enhance self-esteem, and foster the development of new friendships. This is a program designed for children and adults of all genders and will be structured for their individual success. We will also have the opportunity to join with High Point Parks and Recreation to do a few combined practices!

Ages: 8 and older

Instructor: KPRD Staff & Volunteer

Dates: June 6th – July 18th

Practice Days: Thursdays

Time: 5-6pm

Location: Ivey M. Redmon Sports Complex – Field #5

Fee: $15

Registration opens Monday, April 29th

Register here!

 

Challenger Basketball

This league can help players gain self-esteem, independence, and develop friendships all while learning the game of basketball. This program is designed for children and adults of all genders to participate in a sports environment structured for their individual success. Players will work on skill building which provides an essential opportunity for players to develop stronger emotional and social skills while working as a team. In addition, battles against High Point Parks and Recreation and Greensboro Parks and Recreation Challenger teams will bring the spirit of competition!

Ages: 8 and older
Instructor: KPRD Staff & Volunteer
Location: Kernersville Community Recreation Center
Fee: $15
Registration will open December 4th!

Register here!

Adaptive Tennis

Wheelchair and Standing Adaptive 

Wheelchair Tennis is making it’s way to the Piedmont and we are excited to be a part of it! This program is intended for individuals with disabilities. This program will give players the chance to learn the basic fundamentals of tennis while increasing social interaction, enhancing physical wellness, and reducing stress. If you would like to be involved, please contact Susan Broduer at 336-777-6540 or susan@gretanc.com.

Find additional program information here!

 

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Contact for information
Emily Crisco
Adaptive and Inclusion Coordinator
ecrisco@toknc.com
336-996-3062