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  • 2016 Halloween Spooktacular

    The fifth annual ASL Sports Halloween Spooktacular took place on Saturday, October 29 from 1-3PM at the Children's Center for Communication- Beverly School for the Deaf (6 Echo Ave, Beverly, MA). Thank you to all of the participants, parents, and volunteers who joined both ASL Sports and the Beverly School for the Deaf!

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    ASL Sports in Guatemala

    During July of 2013, ASL Sports joined forces with fellow nonprofit organization Partners in Development to sponsor eight ASL Soccer Clinics in San Bernadino, Guatemala.  Facilitated by steadfast ASL Sports volunteers, medical professionals, Partners in Development staff members, students from the Greely High School of Maine, and local teenagers, the collaborative effort afforded both children with disabilities and disenfranchised young women the opportunity to participate in organized athletics.   ASL Sports’s objectives in hosting the Clinics were to combat social stigmas regardin

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    ASL Sports and the Miracle League

    ASL Sports is assisting the Beverly School for the Deaf in establishing a Miracle League team on the North Shore.  A league, “dedicated to helping children with physical, cognitive, emotional and behavioral disabilities develop and achieve their full potential, mentally, socially and physically,” the Miracle League offers an inclusive umbrella under which children seeking an introduction to organized baseball can strive. Currently, ASL Sports and the Beverly School for the Deaf plan on continuing to host Miracle League games  during the summer and fall of 2016.  If either you or your childr

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    ASL Baseball

    ASL Sports hosted two ASL Baseball Clinics in June at the Horace Mann School in Allston, Massachusetts.  The clinics took place on June 18 and 19 and strove to stress ASL Sports’s “Baseball Fundamentals.” In a monthly newsletter to parents, the Horace Mann School offered a brief glimpse into the inner-workings of the Clinics: After a week of forcing rain and cloudy skies upon us all, Mother Nature looked favorably down onto the ASL Baseball Clinics at the Horace-Mann School.  As gloomy weather gave way to the sun, ASL Sports volunteers arrived each morning ready to take advantage of

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    ASL Sports Halloween Spooktacular

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    "I would like to take this moment to thank ASL Sports. Such a great organization deserves credit. [It] has allowed [our child] to experience a sense of teamwork, competition, and a feeling of athletic achievement. He would not have been able to do this anywhere else."
    --Father of an ASL Baseball Clinic participant

    We strive to make every child's dream a reality. Comprised of a staff of many capable volunteers, sign interpreters, and passionate parents, we will not rest until every child with a cognitive or physical disability has the opportunity to engage in athletic activities in a safe and secure environment. At our frequent clinics, we stress essential life skills such as teamwork, acceptance, and, most importantly, fun. Join us at one of our events and experience it for yourself!

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