A nonprofit organization whose activities are conducted utilizing the adaptive training program developed by Handicap Scuba Association.
Programming: DSE’s,Adaptive training forAdaptive divers, instructors and Dive buddies, and scuba trips.
A dedicated adaptive scuba training agency. A nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. The purpose of Diveheart is to provide and support educational scuba diving programs that are open to any child, adult or veteran with a disability.
Locations: Downers Grove Illinois. Affiliates located in Chicago Illinois, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Atlanta Georgia, Tampa Florida, Miami Florida and Borneo Malaysia.
Thresher Aquatics is a 501C (3) nonprofit that specializes in helping individuals living with disabilities through scuba diving.
Scuba4Good Music Fest is an annual family-friendly event featuring local musicians and artists in support of adaptive scuba diving. We also sponsor events throughout the year including our live music “Concert Series” and “Discover Scuba Events”.
Our goal at diverbetic.com is to give all divers, diabetic or not, a place to learn, share and spread the passion of diving!
Our mission is to bring Scuba to a family level. We want to see parents and their kids sharing one of the greatest activities we’ve ever enjoyed.
The Dive Pirates Foundation is dedicated to bringing scuba diving to persons with mobility disabilities.
Specially adapted SCUBA Diving programmes for seriously injured veterans & serving personnel of the British Armed Forces
IAHD’s main goals are promoting, developing and executing scuba diving courses for kids and adults with physical and mental disabilities, and to instructors who intend to train adaptive and assisted scuba diving.
Beyond Rehab, Scuba Diving is an activityx that reunites the person with disabilities with their family, friends and environment.
Disabled Divers International (DDI) is a not for profit organization, with the aim to promote, develop and conduct disabled scuba diving training programs for professional and non professional students.
Scuba diving can be enjoyed by virtually anyone, regardless of physical ability. In fact, if you have a disability, scuba diving can offer you a unique sense of freedom by transporting you into a world of weightlessness and unlimited intrigue.
Adapt-Able Foundation is a veteran operated non-profit dedicated to bringing together adaptive and able-bodied people so everybody can have their lives changed by experiencing SCUBA.
To inspire hope and contribute to health and well-being by providing a supportive environment for fellowship through scuba diving for paralyzed veterans, first responders, and civilians.
Our goal is to insure you get the training you need to fully enjoy this amazing sport.
We provide support, education, specialized training in adaptive scuba diving, and dive travel to qualified individuals with physical disabilities to enable them to become an integral part of the sport of scuba diving.
HSDANJ is dedicated to improving the physical & social well-being of people with disabilities through SCUBA. We aim to remove the DIS from disability
Our organization has dedicated itself to improving the physical and social well-being of people with disabilities through the sport of scuba diving
Our specialty is tending to the individual needs of the physically challenged diver who requires adaptive training including those who are wheelchair mobile.
Our Mission is to provide veterans with the opportunity to experience the healing power of water. Simply put, we take veterans sailing, diving and paddling.