COVID - 19 UPDATE - March 18, 2020
These are uncertain times with a lot of changes, but we want you to know that we are still here for you. We understand the value that social connection provides, as we have been providing social connection through sport and recreation for 55 years. We recognize there is an impact that social distancing, isolation and quarantine can have on a person’s mental health. We are working hard to create innovative ways to stay connected with you during this difficult time. Please watch for updates in your email, and on our social media channels. We are on Twitter (@Sports_PSA), Facebook (@PSASports) and Instagram (@psaalberta) and our new web address is www.parasportsab.com.
At this time ALL PSA programs and events
are postponed until further notice.
We encourage everyone to STAY CONNECTED with friends, co-workers, and loved ones with the help of technology. We also encourage you to practice self care, and to stay aware of your mental health and seek help if needed. Here are some resources courtesy of our friends at CMHA Edmonton
Please take a moment to visit these sites that contain important and up-to-date information:
We will provide updates as we have them. If you have any questions or concerns please contact us at 780-439-8687 or you may email us:
Stephanie (Swimming, Sledge, Sledges in Schools):Email
Kacey (Spin, Wheelchair Floor Hockey, Taekwondo):Email
Thank you for your patience and support during these uncertain times.
Paralympic Sports Association
The Paralympic Sports Association (PSA) is a charitable, volunteer driven, organization that provides sport and recreation opportunities for children, youth, teens, adults and seniors with disability and their family and friends. Since 1965 the PSA has been providing recreation and sport programs in Edmonton, Alberta and it’s surrounding areas. Today, PSA provides programming in Edmonton, Medicine Hat (through our chapter organization Medicine Hat Adaptive Sports and Recreation), Grande Prairie (through our partner organization Wolverines Wheelchair Sports Association) and Red Deer. Programs and activities have grown and expanded over the years to meet demand from the community.