Capable Kids (CK) consist of three primary programs: CK Sports, CK Social, and CK Impact, to address the lack of inclusive sporting and social opportunities for children and young adults within the RGV.
CK Sports now includes adaptive versions of football, soccer, baseball, golf, and, adaptive tennis. These programs have allowed children and young adults with disabilities to participate in the right of passage that sports provide, engaging in the related comradery, teamwork, and sense of accomplishment that has a huge impact on self-worth and confidence.
CK Social helps create opportunities for inclusion and interaction with all peers in a supportive environment. This is created through the implementation of dances and social events that include peers with and without disabilities. Activities are focused on creating a fun and supportive environment that all everyone to interact and support each. These interactions help increase self-confidence and empathy while allowing everyone to have fun and interact, learning from each other.
CK Impact focuses on community capacity building by educating government agencies, public institutions, local businesses, and community members on the importance of inclusion in creating stronger, healthier communities.