What is the relationship between FWWAA, ASUSA, and PSCSV?
FWWAA has chosen to be a Chapter of Adaptive Sports UAS (ASUSA), which means that we are recognized as an organization that provides quality programs to our community. More information about ASUAS can be found at their website. FWWAA gains insurance and membership through ASUSA.
FWWAA is a registered and active Paralympic Sport Club recognized by U.S. Paralympics as Paralympic Sports Club Silicon Valley. This allows FWWAA to offer seasonal ‘Paralympic Sport Experience’ introductory trainings in different Paralympic sports.
The City of San Jose has assisted in the program development of FWWAA for many years. Many of our programs hold their practices at City of San Jose community centers and parks. With the guidance of the City of San Jose, All Access Sports staff, our programs continue to grow and have consistent sessions offered.
FWWAA is grateful for the continued support of our community.
How do I get updates on upcoming events?
Our calendar page is updated quarterly to showcase upcoming events and program dates. Please ‘like’ us on Facebook for additional up-to-date notifications.
How does someone become eligible to join a team?
Team rosters are created at the discretion of our coaching staff. If you or someone you know is interested in joining one of our teams, please contact us and we can put you in contact with the appropriate coach. Our teams are open to any individual with a physical disability, and certain teams may be more suited based on your skill level.
What if I want to join a team/program, but you don’t offer it?
Please contact us, and let us know what you are looking to participate in. Chances are we will be able to get you in touch with a club/organization that has something for you.
Are you associated with the Special Olympics?
Our organization is different from the Special Olympics. FWWAA offers programs and team opportunities for individuals who have physical disabilities, whereas Special Olympics offers opportunities for individuals who have intellectual disabilities.