Adapt partners with numerous amazing organizations that come together to help us provide a world-class recovery experience for our members.
PowerDot is the world’s first mobile and wearable smart muscle stimulation device; a powerful training and recovery tool that puts the therapeutic benefits of EMS (electronic muscle stimulation) at your fingertips. Used by elite athletes, professional trainers and physical therapists for decades, PowerDot now brings the proven benefits of EMS to everyone seeking increased performance, faster recovery, and enhanced overall health.
The Multiple Sclerosis Program at UCSD works as a multidisciplinary team with physical therapists, psychiatrists, mobility experts and others to provide complete care for people with MS.
The Southern California Chapter of the United Spinal Association’s mission is to provide pathways for success connecting individuals with SCI or spinal disorders with resources for employment training, accessible affordable housing, accessible public transportation, peer support and socialization, and issues related to health and wellness.
Pushing for Independence is on a mission is to restore hope and freedom for men and women with physical handicaps.
Paws’itive Teams help train and place fantastic dogs to individuals who have particular challenges in their daily lives, they also train Therapy Dogs and Facility Dogs.
National Multiple Sclerosis society’s vision is a world free of MS. People affected by MS can live their best lives as we stop MS in its tracks, restore what has been lost and end MS forever.
Spinal Singularity designs medical devices to exponentially improve the quality of life for people with Spinal Injury.
The Hoyt Foundation aspires to build the individual character, self-confidence and self-esteem of America’s disabled young people through inclusion in all facets of daily life.
As a local non-profit operating 24 hours a day, 365 days each year, 211 San Diego is the region’s trusted source for access to community, health, social and disaster services. By simply dialing 211 the call is free, confidential and available in more than 200 languages. 211 provides access to 6,000 services, resources and programs through our online database.