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Kid-netic Games

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Thank You!


We want to send out a big thank you to the more than 80 athletes and 350-plus volunteers who joined us for our 2016 Kid-netic Games! It was great to see the amazing competition that took place, with friends and family members cheering on our champions. A special thanks also to all our sponsors for helping make this year’s games an extra-special success. Your support means the world to us. Mark your calendars for May 6, 2017. We’ll be back for our eighth great year, ready to give even more athletes the chance to develop friendships and gain knowledge about various supports – and, of course, to compete. Region 10 and the Kid-netic Games: We care about kids!



EVENT DATE May 7th, 2016


Kid-netic Games 7The Kid-netic Games is an annual weekend athletic event for students ages 2-22 (if still attending high school) with physical impairments such as amputations, spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, dwarfism, and other orthopedic impairments.  The event allows individuals with physical disabilities to participate in track and field, wheelchair basketball, and power soccer.  Also offered are clinics in sports and recreational pursuits such as wheelchair tennis and boccia.  The Kid-netic Games provide an opportunity for students with physical disabilities to develop friendships and gain knowledge of various sports, and produces a variety of community resources and networking opportunities for families of students with physical disabilities.


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Randy Foederer

Adapted Physical Ed. Consultant

Telephone: 972-348-1570

Fax Number: 972-348-1561

Amy Talbert

Adapted Physical Ed. Consultant

Telephone: 972-348-1560

Fax Number: 972-348-1561

Kim Kantor

Adapted Physical Ed. Consultant

Telephone: 972-348-1605

Fax Number: 972-348-1561


Kid-netic Games Application

English Version     Spanish Version


Kid-netic Games Event and Practice Flyer

English Version     Spanish Version


Kid-netic Games (YouTube Video)