Adaptive Sports & Fitness - Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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RIC Adaptive Sports and Fitness Program

Located in the heart of downtown Chicago at 541 North Fairbanks Court (accessible entrance at 303 East Ohio Street), the RIC Adaptive Sports and Fitness Program provides a place for people with physical disabilities to reach their fullest potential through fitness, recreation, and competitive sports.

Upcoming Sports and Fitness Events

To learn more about any upcoming event, call 312-238-5001. Dates/events are subject to change.

February

28: Chicago Skyhawks at Junior Bulls Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, Addison, IL

28-Mar 1: Caring for Kids Weekend Programs Spring Session I Begins

28-Mar 1: Junior Wheelchair Basketball Conference Championships, Addison, IL

March

1: Metro Boccia Series hosted by SEASPAR, LaGrange, IL

6-8: RIC Blackhawks host the Wirtz Cup Midwest Sled Hockey League Championship, Hoffman Estates, IL

11: RIC Archery Volunteer Training, 7:45-9 PM @ Archery Bow Range, Chicago

14-15: Parkinson's Wellness Recovery Instructor Certification Course hosted by the RIC Fitness Center

14-15: UNLV Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, Las Vegas, NV

18: RIC Archery North Program Kick-off, 7:45-0 PM @ Archery Bow Range, Chicago

19: RIC Sports Education Session: Nutrition for Handcycling Workouts and Competitions, RIC Fitness Center

20-21: Junior Sports Conference Championships, Milwaukee, WI

20-22: Neil Radbel Memorial Basketball Tournament

21: Caring for Kids - Experience Scuba Program, Chicago

27: RIC Blackhawks vs. USA Warriors Sled Hockey Team, Chicago

27-29: Women's National Wheelchair Basketball Tournament, Dallas, TX

28: Northern Illinois University Sports Demonstration, DeKalb, IL

See a complete list of upcoming events and programs...

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
6:15 a.m.–7:00 p.m.

Assisted Hours

Staff members are available to help participants with equipment during these hours: 

Monday - Friday
9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m.
5:00 p.m.–6:00 p.m.

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