PROGRAM GOALS AND OBJECTIVES
GOAL 1. To provide adaptive sports and fitness opportunities and different activities available to disabled individuals, wheelchair users, and amputees. Showcasing professional athletes and their abilities.
OBJECTIVE 1. Over a month, TNT 360, partnered organizations, and other professional athletes will provide a location to demonstrate Adaptive Fitness, WCMX, Adaptive Skate, Basketball, Wheelchair Racing, and Handcycling.
GOAL 2. To provide activities designed to increase mobility, performance, health, and independence.
OBJECTIVE 2. Exhibit a range of adaptive exercises that will benefit the end-wheelchair user and improve mobility, performance, overall wheelchair control, and confidence.
GOAL 3. To assist individuals in developing a plan for acquiring equipment and resources to improve their overall lifestyle.
OBJECTIVE 3. An outreach/resource worker will contact individuals that attended the demonstrations and provide resources that will help them get involved in adaptive sports, community programs, meetups, and area events.
1. Adaptive Fitness: Adaptive fitness is personal training for those with disabilities. The workouts are adapted to the needs of the individual. These workouts might include strength training, stretching, core work, and cardio.
2. Adaptive Sports Program: individuals of all abilities should have the opportunity to lead active, healthy, and independent lives. Participation in sports and recreational activities helps make this possible. We will offer a range of adaptive sports that are both competitive and recreational to fit a range of abilities. Through these activities, we help children and adults achieve goals many think are impossible.
All activities within the TNT 360 Adaptive Sports Program are supervised by experienced staff, including recreational and physical therapists, and take into account individual needs and abilities. Adaptive equipment will be available when necessary.
An outreach worker will contact individuals who attended the health and adaptive sports demonstration program and identify those who are truly interested in getting involved. The outreach worker will ask questions related to adaptive sports, exercise, and provide positive suggestions and resources.