Adaptive Sports & Recreation


Wheelchair Basketball
Wheelchair Football
Adaptive Outdoor Adventures
Sled Hockey
Power Soccer
Sitting Volleyball

Adaptive Sports are announced and registration opens as they are confirmed with our partnering venues throughout Central Florida.

We encourage you to sign up for our e-newsletter to be the first to know.

Register early – Space is limited!

Wheelchair Basketball

The Orlando Magic Dreamers are the 1st traveling Junior Division Wheelchair Basketball team in Central Florida.  The team will compete with other teams associated with the NWBA (National Wheelchair Basketball Association) to bring home the National Championship trophy.
View the team page on Facebook:  Orlando Magic Dreamers

Practices are open to children ages 5 thru high schoolers that have not graduated.  Eligibility to play wheelchair basketball consist of some of disabilities listed below:

  • Individuals that utilize a wheelchair for mobility.
  • Anyone that has a permanent lower extremity disability.
    • CWB Foot
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Hip Dysplasia
    • Leg length Discrepancies
    • Spinal Cord Injury
    • Orthopedic impairments
      • Amputee
      • Musculoskeletal System (ankle, bone, tendon, knee)

These sessions are an opportunity to learn the game of wheelchair basketball, build confidence, meet new friends, have fun, and/or join the team to play competitive basketball.  Equipment is provided; the game is played in a gymnasium on a regulated basketball court and follows the same rules and concepts as typical basketball.

Please complete the Wheelchair Basketball Information Request form to help us better understand your child’s disability or feel free to bring them out to a practice to see if this may be something they would interested in participating.

Every Saturday morning from 10:30am until Noon unless otherwise noted.

Real Life Church-SoDo
2565 E Kaley Ave.
Orlando, FL 32806

Cost: $5 per practice or $40/season

Track & Field

The Dreamplex Track and Field Team holds its practices at the National Training Center Track in Clermont! The plan is to practice together twice a month at this time.

Our initial focus will be on track, and wheelchair racers should plan to bring their own racing chair, helmet, and gloves. All athletes should also bring their own hydration and whatever other equipment/supplies they need. We will add field later when more equipment is available.

Beginners without their own equipment are encouraged to email

All ages of ambulatory and wheelchair para athletes are welcome!

First Practice:
Saturday, February 17th
8:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m.

Register By: Thursday, February 15th

National Training Center Track
1925 Don Wickham Dr.
Clermont, FL 34711

Cost: Free

Power Soccer

These sessions are an opportunity to learn the game of power soccer, enhance your skills, and have fun! Open to all children and adults ages 6 and up who use a power chair. Equipment will be provided to those who do not wish to use their everyday chair! The game is played in a gymnasium on a regulation basketball court and follows most of the same rules and concepts as typical soccer.

Winter/Spring 2024 Season:

Every other Saturday.
1/13 and 1/27
3/9 and 3/23
4/6 and 4/20
5/4 and 5/18

*We will begin setting up into power chairs at 8:30am. Practice will begin at 9am.

After registration, please check the WhatsApp group for any updates, including changes to practice days/times.

Real Life Christian Church
South Downtown Campus
2565 East Kaley Avenue
Orlando, FL 32806

Cost: $45

Sled Hockey

Try sled hockey through the Central Florida Dreamplex’s newly-formed program!  These practices are open to all children and adults with physical disabilities ages 6 and up, and are open to those trying for the first time or to those who have experience and want to improve their skills.  Practices will divide participants into age and skill appropriate groups on the ice.  All equipment will be provided!  Join us as we begin building a sled hockey program for all Orlando-area residents!

Sled hockey follows most of the typical ice hockey rules with the exception of some equipment. Players sit in specially designed sleds that sit on top of two hockey skate blades. There are two sticks for each player instead of one and the sticks have metal picks on the butt end for players to propel themselves.

Click to request information or to register for Sled Hockey at the Dreamplex

Adaptive Water Skiing & Wakeboarding

Join our e-newsletter to be the first to know when our next Adaptive Ski Day opens for registration. CLICK HERE

Participants and their families are welcome to attend the entire day. During registration you’ll be asked to select which time slot(s) work best for you and we will do our best to schedule everyone according to their preference.

Contact Dreamplex

If you are interested in participating in any of our adaptive sports programs or becoming involved as a coach or other volunteer, please contact the Dreamplex today!