Halifax Rowing Association’s adaptive division works in partnership with Brooks Rehabilitation’s Adaptive Sports and Recreation Program-Daytona to create a rowing program that benefits individuals within our community living with a variety of disabilities. Adaptive programs that run at HRA provide the opportunity for participants to increase their quality of life by living an active and healthy lifestyle. Participants can use this as a leisure activity or a springboard into the competition side of the sport.
Current weekly programming consists of two on-water sessions, one for those living with physical disabilities and one for those who are visually impaired, and an ERG session that is open to anyone living with a disability. Adaptive programming provided through Brooks Adaptive Sports and Recreation is free of cost to community members living with a disability. To learn more about the adaptive programs offered through HRA and Brooks, please contact us.