Out of an abundance of caution due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health emergency, the winter 2020-2021 adaptive programming season has been suspended. We will update the program schedule if there are any new developments.
The Universal Access Program offers adaptive skating programs each winter. You can lace up a pair of conventional skates or glide around the ice in your manual or power wheelchair. Ice sleds are also available to use. In a sled, you can push yourself with small hockey sticks or be pushed around the rink by a friend. Spin, slide, race, slalom, and play gently competitive games. Activities on the ice include obstacle courses, a tower of blocks for building up and crashing down, races, colorful balls and pucks to shoot around, power chair games, and gently competitive hockey matches.
Ice sleds, skate walkers, helmets, ice grippers, and ice skates are available at our programs. Admission and equipment are provided free of cost, but you have to pre-register with the providing organization. Skaters must fill out a release form and meet our essential eligibility criteria for ice skating programs.
Adaptive skating program locations
Our adaptive skating programs are typically offered November through March at the rinks below. To see the current program schedule, please visit our adaptive program schedule.