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As a global leader in adaptive recreation, the National Ability Center provides more than a dozen adaptive recreational programs specifically designed for participants with varied abilities.These programs are supported within a 26-acre, fully accessible facility located in Park City, Utah.

Since 1985, the National Ability Center has grown to serve 4,100 participants annually with more than 100 different types of disabilities, including orthopedic, spinal cord, neuromuscular, visual and hearing impairments, as well as cognitive, emotional and developmental disabilities.


Chris Yabut Patterson

Posted on Nov. 3th

Eric and Connor:
This is Yabut Patterson, age 66, legally blind, mentor to Connor in Delta Sigma Phi at Cal Poly, with a request please. Please consider speaking with 500 members representing dozens of states and universities at the August 2019 National DSP Convention in Kansas City. Attending members represent 5,000 current undergraduates in DSP at universities across the country. They in turn touch tens of thousands of others. You could educate and inspire a generation of future leaders and policy-makers. Please let me introduce you to those planning the August 2019 Convention to discuss this possibility.

Chris Yabut Patterson, W’73
Delta Sigma Phi Fraternity and Cal Poly/SLO Alumnus
Cell: 530-941-3986

Whitney Thompson

Posted on Nov. 3th

Hi Yubut! What a fantastic opportunity! I’m bringing this to the attention of our team and someone will be in touch with you soon! Thanks! Whitney

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