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Adaptive Sailing: Building a Program. Presenters . Cristina Rubke, Commodore, Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors Maureen McKinnon, Gold Medalist SKUD 18 class, 2008 Paralympic Games Betsy Alison, US Paralympic Sailing Coach

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Adaptive Sailing:

Building a Program


Presenters
Presenters

Cristina Rubke, Commodore, Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors

Maureen McKinnon, Gold Medalist SKUD 18 class, 2008 Paralympic Games

Betsy Alison, US Paralympic Sailing Coach

Joe Harris, Director of Sailing, Judd Goldman Adaptive Sailing Program, public/privatepartner of the Chicago Park District


Adaptive sailing
Adaptive Sailing…….

Seeing Is Believing


Why adaptive sailing
Why Adaptive Sailing?

  • Creates a POSITIVE DIFFERENCE in many lives

  • Increases your Membership and Outreach Base

  • Increases Access to Funding Opportunities

  • Creates new Partnership and Sponsorship opportunities

  • Provides Full Inclusion to your Community

  • Improves Community Relations



Facilities1
Facilities

Elevators & Lifts


Facilities2
Facilities

Docks & Pontoons


Facilities3
Facilities

Docks & Pontoons


Boats adaptive designs
Boats: Adaptive Designs

Freedom 20


Boats adaptive designs1
Boats: Adaptive Designs

Hansa Class Dinghies


Boats adaptive designs2
Boats: Adaptive Designs

Martin 16


Boats adaptive designs3
Boats: Adaptive Designs

Challenger Trimaran


Boats paralympic class
Boats: Paralympic Class

Sonar


Boats paralympic class1
Boats: Paralympic Class

SKUD-18


Boats paralympic class2
Boats: Paralympic Class

Norlin Mark III 2.4 mR


Boats t ypically used one d esigns
Boats: Typically-used One-Designs

Ideal 18


Boats typically used one designs
Boats: Typically-used One-Designs

Hobie 16 with a Trapseat


Boats typically used one designs1
Boats: Typically-used One-Designs

Flying Scott


Equipment
Equipment

Skipper Seats


Equipment1
Equipment

Crew Seats


Equipment2
Equipment

Servo Devices


Equipment3
Equipment

For those with Visual Impairments



Training staff volunteers
Training - Staff & Volunteers

Various Abilities

•Physical limitations

•Developmental Disabilities

•Visual Impairments

•Hearing Impairments

•Cognitive Disabilities

**Each person will have unique abilities/needs, so please ask. Learn as much as you can prior to going out on the water **


Training staff volunteers1
Training - Staff & Volunteers

Simply

  • Treat everyone the way that you would like to be treated!

  • Remember, we “ALL” have different abilities and are unique.

  • Ask if a person needs help – and how you might assist?

    • Don’t assume – Ask, Listen, and then Act (if needed)


Training staff volunteers2
Training - Staff & Volunteers

Sailing Adaptations

•Boat/Equipment Adaptations for individual’s comfort, safety, and security in the vessel

•Transfer assistance in and out of boat

•Extra padding for body parts with no feeling

•Able Body Assistant onboard/Sighted person

•Be aware of/plan for communication/comprehending issues.


Training staff volunteers3
Training - Staff & Volunteers

Focus and Awareness

•Focus on Ability and Achievement

•Respect personal space, ask to touch before touching!

•Wheelchairs, prosthetics, canes, etc – need to treated with care and put out of the sun.


Recruitment
Recruitment

  • Develop an outreach program to include video and a spokesperson (active participating sailor)

  • Outreach to:

    • Support groups for people with disabilities (MS, SCI, amputations, etc.)

    • Events, such as fairs and shows that showcase equipment and/or activities specifically for people with disabilities

  • Annual Open House/”Come and Try” events

    • Introduces the program to the community.

    • Includes a brief ride/instruction on a sailboat

    • potential participants & volunteers learn what the program has to offer

    • opportunities to meet fellow sailors



V e terans
Veterans


Resources funding
Resources & Funding

  • Grants, gifts, sponsors, local clubs, private donations

  • Gala Event, with a raffle, silent and/or live auction

  • Becoming a public/private partner with a public entity (city, park district, county, state) can reduce major costs regarding dockage, equipment, insurance, supervision, etc.


Us sailing resources
US Sailing Resources

US Sailing Adaptive Sailing Webpage– http://adaptive.ussailing.org

US Sailing Adaptive Sailing Resource Manual

US Sailing Adaptive Sailing Sanctioning Program

Pioneer Matching Grant Program


Additional resources
Additional Resources

International Association for Disabled Sailors: www.sailing.org/ifds.php

Blind Sailing International - www.blindsailing.org/

Special Olympics - www.sosc.org/sailing.html


Thank you
Thank You!

  • Bay Area Association for Disabled Sailing

  • Judd Goldman Adaptive Sailing Foundation

  • Freedom Waters Foundation

  • US Sailing Committee for Sailors with Disabilities

  • Presenter Panel

  • Audience!



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