Youth with disabilities succeed in athletics at the Wayfinder Paralympic Games. Schools and playgrounds often lack adapted activities. But at the Wayfinder Paralympic Games, these youth can shine! Formerly known as the Junior Blind Olympics, this event has been offering athletic opportunities to youth with disabilities for more than a decade.
Athletes ages 6 to 22 who are blind, visually impaired or multi-disabled compete with peers of similar abilities for gold, silver and bronze medals in adapted sports. No experience is required.