NWBA - In the pursuit  of excellence, the National Wheelchair Basketball Association provides qualified individuals with physical disabilities the opportunity to play, learn and compete in the sport of wheelchair basketball.  The NWBA is comprised of over 200 basketball teams across twenty-two conferences and seven divisions. The NWBA was founded in 1948, and today consists of men's, women's, intercollegiate, and youth teams throughout the USA and Canada.


NWSA - In 1976, the National Wheelchair Softball Association (NWSA) was founded and serves as the governing body for wheelchair softball in the United StatesToday, NWSA governs over 30 teams nationwide. Many teams have sought and found allegiance and sponsorship with their Major League Baseball (MLB) team counterparts, such as the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, Colorado Rockies, Minnesota Twins, New York Mets, Philadelphia Phillies.


PER4MAX - Over 10 years ago William Hernandez had a vision to produce a new and innovative product built for disabled individuals by disabled individuals. The vision was to build a wheelchair that would perform and look like no other chair in the market at that time. 10 years later that passion and ambition is alive and stronger than ever!


 The American Association of People with Disabilities is the nation's largest disability rights organization. We promote  equal opportunity, economic power, independent living, and political participation for people with disabilities. Our  members, including people with disabilities and our family, friends, and supporters, represent a powerful force for change.

Founded in 1962 by Richard Carlson, the American Wheelchair Bowling Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to growth, encouragement, promotion and regulation of the sport of wheelchair bowling throughout the world. The AWBA will provide, through its tournament events and web site access, a competitive, challenging, and informative environment for those individuals with disabilities requiring the use of a wheelchair while bowling to participate in bowling events no matter their individual skill level.  The overall objective will always be, as it was in the beginning, to promote the sport itself and the camaraderie amongst its members.



Turning POINT is a non-profit organization with 34 years of experience providing FREE adapted outdoor recreational activities and adventures for those  with physical challenges.  Each month there is something going on to help those with mobility impairments stay active. ABC Medical is excited to partner up with Turning POINT and to have the opportunity to help athletes adapt.believe.compete.