Adaptive Instructors


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Lessons Delivered in August
For more than 40 years skiers, snowboarders, members, volunteers and staff have built a unique adaptive snowsport community.

Disability Snowsport UK has made it through the worst of the ravages of the pandemic but the resources that helped us stick together during these tough times are dwindling fast. The Omicron wave of the pandemic wiped out much of the last winter's activities and saw holidays cancelled again.

We need your help to raise £66,000 by the end of September 2022 so that disabled children and adults across the UK can share the joy, fitness and friendship that snowsport brings. As our President Lisa Hall says:

"I have seen that our groups and activities offer is so much more than snowsport. My sister, Susan, who had Downs Syndrome, learned to ski with DSUK; she said my life is skiing: it was! It gave her freedom, confidence and independence and showed her that she could be an equal.  

We give people hope that life is worth living after a life changing diagnosis or injury, or when other activities simply aren't accessible."

Our much-loved community and the winter ahead are at risk. We need your help today.

Please give now to the #SOS Appeal

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"It's amazing seeing the kids in their sit-skis experiencing and loving the slopes as we do. They get a level of independence and freedom skiing that they don't get anywhere else"
Claire & Alison

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