accessROW is CRF's adaptive rowing program for individuals with physical disabilities. We believe that no matter what your level of mobility may be, everyone should have the same opportunity to learn to row.
CRF is proud to offer an adaptive rowing program that will adapt rowing equipment to meet the needs of the rower. Regardless of your disability, we will try our best to adapt the sport of rowing for you.
If you are interested in finding out more information contact Laurel Johnson at email@example.com today!
Rowing becomes adaptive when we use special equipment, such as a fixed seat, pontoons or chest straps, to safely enable a rower to sit in a boat, on an erg or in our state-of-the-art indoor rowing tank. We look at each rower as an individual to come up with a plan specific to their needs.
|Location||WMS Boathouse at Clark Park (3400 N. Rockwell)|
|Questions?||Contact Laurel Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org|
accessROW Head Coach
CRF seeks to serve the Chicago community as much as possible. Whether you have a visual impairment, a double amputation, or a spinal cord injury, we will try to accommate you.
Moreover, we aim to assist individuals who are able to walk without any assistive devices, as well as individuals who rely on a wheelchair.
If you are interested in receiving more information about accessROW, please fill out our interest survey.