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Access Trax
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Access Trax
www.accesstraxsd.com
619-292-8766
kelly@accesstraxsd.com

We empower people of all abilities to access the outdoors through our innovative portable, modular access mats.

Kelly and Eric were inspired to help local adaptive surfers cross the sand to the waters edge in their wheelchairs with dignity and independence. Motivated to create a user-friendly solution, the two designed numerous prototypes and tested them with the adaptive surfing community. The initial concept worked, and they have since continued to improve upon the design with the input of the adaptive surfers and other wheelchair users. Their goal to have Access Trax (formerly known as Beach Trax) available to the public has been realized in 2018 with the launch of their company, Access Trax.

Goldenboy Mobility
www.goldenboynmobility.com
858-375-4676
info@goldenboymobility.com

Go. Be. Live. aren’t words, they’re a mantra to live by. They aren’t rules that confine you, but stones on the path to freedom. These principles encompass all we do. Go. Be. Live. is different for every person. What does Go Be Live mean to you? We believe so strongly in these principals that we want to share with you just a little of what it means to us.

GoldenBoy Mobility started 40 years ago as a manufacturing company where Gary Sr. and his brother, Chris, designed, developed, and manufactured the GoldenBoy wheelchair lift.  In 1978, Gary Sr. opened his own store whose motto was “Customer service first!”  GoldenBoy specialized in van conversions, lifts, driving controls, and soon became a premier location for any custom modification.

Gary Jr. and the staff at GoldenBoy still focus on putting customer service first.  This is a family business where our customers are part of our family.  At GoldenBoy, you will be treated with respect and customer service while our experienced technicians work on your vehicle.  We look forward to welcoming you to our family.

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SDSU Adaptive Athletics

SDSU Adapted Athletics
https://arc.sdsu.edu/adaptedathletics
619-594-7529
awhitehead@sdsu.edu

To provide an environment of support for adaptive athletes through integration of high-caliber education, coaching, and mentorship. Our multidisciplinary approach embodies the mission of the Associated Students through the combination of competitive sport, innovative research, and community engagement.

San Diego State University Adapted Athletics will create a sustainable network of support to prepare and develop the adaptive athlete for excellence in their personal, professional, and athletic endeavors.

Values

COMMITMENT    RESPECT    EXCELLENCE    EMPOWERMENT    DIVERSITY

Rally 4 Reilly and Friends
https://www.rally4reilly.org/
619-916-1834
mark@rally4reilly.org

We foster comfort and support while offering resources and financial assistance to individuals and families in San Diego County who are affected by spinal cord injuries through our Rally4Reilly & Friends Wellness Grants.

Did you know that families can expect to spend $1,000,000 in the first year following a spinal cord injury (depending on the level of injury) and $2500+ per month for basic daily medical and hygiene supplies? This is more than many earn in a month and these figures do not include food, shelter, transportation or care services!

Through our charitable events, sponsorships, and fundraising endeavors, we’re changing lives with helping hands and open hearts .

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Workability III
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Workability III
https://www.sdccd.edu/about/departments-and-offices/student-services-department/dsps/workability/index.aspx
619-388-6984

WHAT IS WORKABILITY III?

WorkAbility III (WAIII) programs are established between select California community colleges and the Department of Rehabilitation (DOR). WAIII programs serve individuals with disabilities who are both community college students and DOR consumers desiring employment. Students are referred to the WAIII program by their DOR vocational rehabilitation counselor for enhanced, coordinated vocational services to help them obtain meaningful employment. The San Diego Community College District’s WAIII program has been in place since 1989 and continues to provide uniquely individualized services to its diverse program participants.


WHO IS ELIGIBLE?

In order to receive services through our program, you must be:

  • A client of the California Department of Rehabilitation, or eligible for its services.
  • A student attending classes, or willing to take classes, within the San Diego Community College District (credit or non-credit).

If you are a student and you are not yet a client of the California Department of Rehabilitation (DOR), please contact an office near you to schedule an appointment with an intake counselor. To apply online or for more information, visit the DOR website.

 

Spinal Network
www.spinal-network.org
951-775-2561
rick@spinal-network.org

Our Mission

Spinal Network's mission is to promote community integration, participation, and independence for individuals with spinal cord injuries/disease by providing the tools and community support to be successful in their work and personal lives. Our goal is to maximize quality of life, raise self-esteem and improve physical and mental health.

Our Vision

Spinal Network provides pathways for success by promoting community integration, participation, and independence. Spinal Network also connects individuals that have a spinal cord injury/disease with employment and/or educational resources necessary to achieve their individual goals maximizing quality of life.

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SoCal Adaptive Sports
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SoCal Adaptive Sports
www.socaladaptivesports.org
760-469-9207
mike@socaladaptivesports.org

The purpose of Palms to Pines Parasports dba SoCal Adaptive Sports is to create a more-inclusive society by providing competitive and recreational opportunities focusing on people with physical disabilities, simultaneously working with athletes with other disabilities while instilling a lifelong passion for wellness, helping everybody realize their full potential. We envision a world in which adaptive athletes have the same opportunities to lead as full a life as their able-bodied peers.

Challenged Sailors San Diego
https://www.challengedsailors.org/
760-690-6594
info@challengedsailors.org

Mission
Challenged Sailors San Diego provides therapeutic and recreational adaptive sailing opportunities for people with disabilities to enhance their dignity, well-being, and independence.

Vision
Challenged Sailors San Diego will become a nationally recognized center for adaptive sailing and related activities. We will grow to serve more sailors, learn and share new techniques, and add new boats to our fleet, which will be used to further our mission.

Values
Challenged Sailors San Diego will be transparent in all we do, open with all of our stakeholders and follow our mission to the best of our ability. We will treat all of our participants with dignity and care.

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Therapeutic Rec Services
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City of San Diego Therapeutic Recreation Services
https://www.sandiego.gov/park-and-recreation/activities/trs
619-525-8247

The City of San Diego Park & Recreation Therapeutic Recreation Services program provides sports, recreation, leisure and outreach services to people with physical, mental and emotional disabilities.

Services include therapeutic recreation programs and adaptive sports opportunities. These address the special needs of individuals with disabilities who have difficulty accessing and participating in recreation opportunities offered to the general public.

Under the direction of Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialists, activities and services are designed to maintain or improve the physical, cognitive and social functioning of those who have limitations. The target population is children and adults, ages 3 and up, with any type of disability.

 

OMBAC (Old Mission Beach Athletic Club)
https://www.ombac.org/

The Old Mission Beach Athletic Club remains committed to assisting the community in many different types of sports related activities. This is especially true of Adaptive sports activities throughout the year.

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Rehabilitation Care Coordination
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Rehabilitation Care Coordination
https://rehabcarecoord.com/
619-299-9922
info@rehabcarecoord.com

Case Management Provider

For the past thirty years we have been the premier provider of Life Care Planning and Long-Term Case Management. Our goal is to ensure the best possible outcome for our patients by maximizing their ability and minimizing their disability. We have worked with hundreds of patients and completed thousands of life care plans across the country. We work with all ages from children to the elderly. Let us help you and your clients find their best possible outcome.

Sharp Rehabilitation Therapeutic Recreation Services
https://www.sharp.com/services/rehab/spinal-cord-injury.cfm
800-827-4277

We're here to help you regain your independence.

As the community leader in spinal cord injury rehabilitation, encouraging people with spinal cord injury to focus on ability, not disability, this program fosters independence and strengthens self-esteem.

Sharp Rehabilitation Services offers comprehensive inpatient treatment for patients with spinal cord injuries.

Our spinal cord injury fertility program plus

Our quad rugby team plus

Our accredited rehabilitation facilities plus

Health tips for living with a spinal cord injury plus

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