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Adaptive recreation refers to activities and programs that are specifically designed for individuals with disabilities or those who may face barriers to participating in traditional recreational activities. This can include sports, physical activities, arts and crafts, and more. The goal of adaptive recreation is to provide equal opportunities for people of all abilities to engage in recreational activities and enjoy the benefits of physical activity, social interaction, and personal growth.

Examples of adaptive recreation can range from wheelchair basketball, adaptive skiing, blind sailing, to inclusive dance classes and art workshops tailored for individuals with special needs. These activities not only provide a sense of empowerment and inclusion but also promote physical fitness, social integration, and overall well-being.