Sport and recreation is more than just kicking a ball or going for a swim. It’s about creating meaningful experiences.
Here at WADSA, we love developing new innovative adaptive equipment and modified activities to help get you active! WADSA works with individuals, sport and recreation clubs, community groups, disability service providers and schools to research and develop new adaptive equipment to ensure anyone, no matter your ability levels, anyone is able to participate in sport and recreation in WA.
These can range from simple modifications, to highly technical customised 3D printed electronic adaptations. Whether this be a customised archery stand for an individual or a drone controlled by a chin switch for use by a classroom, WADSA can help you find a solution.