Episode 95 Resources: Get Out & About! Accessible & Inclusive Outdoor Recreation


SportsAbility Alliance
SportsAbility Alliance, formerly the Florida Disabled Outdoors Association (FDOA) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that is working to enrich lives through accessible inclusive recreation.
Link: fdoa.org/sportsability
Contact Information:
3035 Eliza Road
Tallahassee, FL 32308
(850) 201-2944 phone
(850) 201-2945 Fax
Email: info@fdoa.org
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More SportsAbility Alliance Resources

Accessible Hunting

Accessible Fishing

Accessible Boating and Sailing

Other Inclusive Recreation Resources

National Park Service Resources

Florida Resources Mentioned in This Episode

Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission Resources

ADA Requirements for Accessible Recreation Facilities

Recreation Therapy  (RT) / Therapeutic Recreation (TR)

Past ADA Live Episodes on Accessible Recreation

Past Webinars from the ADA National Network


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