Additionally, he served as an advisory board member for the National Handicapped Sports Association and as an official at national ski events for the disabled.
What does NHS stand for?
NHS stands for National Handicapped Sports
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United has been a long time supporter of Disabled Sports USA, (DS/USA) formerly known as National Handicapped Sports USA, so their support for the Ultimate Challenge is yet another manifestation of the compassionate side of United Airlines.
Referrals * Your local NMSS chapter * Your local YMCA, YVVCA, community center, or health spa * National Handicapped Sports (451 Hungerford Drive, Suite 100, Rockville, MD 20850; 301-217-0960) * Taoist Tai Chi Society of the United States (49 West 11th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204; 303-623-5163) * International Association of Yoga Therapists (c/o Amy Kline Gage, 109 Hillside Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941) * North American Riding for the Handicapped Association (P.
Matt competes in National Handicapped Sports Downhill, Super G, Giant Slalom, and Slalom ski events, as an LW2, three-track skier.
Krik Bauer, executive director of National Handicapped Sports, also will join the festivities.
Historically, sport for individuals with disabilities started within the United States with the formation of the American Athletic Association of the Deaf (1945), with a variety of other organizations being established over the following 48 years; including the National Wheelchair Basketball Association (1949), National Wheelchair Athletic Association (1956), National Handicapped Sports (1967), Special Olympics International (1968), U.
Each event is hosted by a member chapter of National Handicapped Sports (NHS).
Prior to joining the USOC, Jan served as the Summer Competition Manager for National Handicapped Sports (NHS) for two years and as Executive Director for the United States Amputee Athletic Association (now defunct) for one year.