GLASA’s top priority is to keep our athletes, coaches, volunteers, and staff healthy during this COVID-19 crisis. We are faithfully following the state of Illinois and CDC regulations to keep our entire GLASA family safe. All programs and events are cancelled until further notice. While we are waiting for the time for us to be together once again, please watch our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feed for healthy tips and up-to-date information as it becomes available.
For GLASA’s Virtual Programming Calendar…clickHERE. If you are NOT a GLASA member and would like to participate in our FREE virtual programs in partnership with Move United, click HERE to register.Have questions? Contact Cindy Housner ([email protected] 847-484-8483) or Micaela Venus ([email protected] 847-989-7743).#AdaptAtHome
“LET NO ONE SIT ON THE SIDELINES”
GREAT LAKES ADAPTIVE SPORTS ASSOCIATION – Empowering youth, adults, and injured military personnel with physical and visual disabilities to be healthy and active through sports and recreation participation
GLASA wants to encourage individuals to participate in physical activity programs- try one or try them all.
GLASA offers various programs throughout the year. Visit our calendar to view program offerings.
GLASA has demonstrated leadership on a local, regional and national level.
“It can be a very lonely feeling when you think that no one you know really understands how you feel or what you are going through. Those feelings are erased when you go to the GLASA programs. What GLASA first did for me was improve my state of mind. Now when I go to GLASA programs, I’m no longer searching for inclusion but to be competitive in whatever sport I’m participating in.”
Chris – GLASA Sled Hockey and Wheelchair Football athlete
“Track has given me the chance to shoot for higher goals. It has taught me to strive for better and be the best that I can be. It has also made a dream of mine feel much more possible: I am training at the University of Illinois Paralympic Wheelchair Track Training Center, attending college and working toward making the Paralympic Team USA.”