Empowering people with disabilities to exceed all
expectations and sharing the powerful message of the
Americans with Disabilities Act.
Rocky Mountain ADA Center and Make a Hero
The Rocky Mountain ADA Center and Make a Hero have joined forces to bring the public a series of films about adaptive sports, disabilities, and overcoming challenges. The relationship was formed with the goal to increase the outreach of the Rocky Mountain ADA Center and the ADA National Network while promoting the positive, inclusive message about people with disabilities as produced by nonprofit film company, Make a Hero.
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Other films by Make A Hero
The Current: Explore the Healing Power of the Ocean. Coming Soon!
Coming this spring to a network near you! Watch your local listings.
The Current’ – is the second adaptive sports film by Make A Hero 501(c)3, which showcases inspiring adaptive athletes, public figures, and athlete ambassadors – Bethany Hamilton, Missy Franklin, Mallory Weggemann, Anthony Robles, Grant Korgan, Jean-Michel Cousteau, David Hosick, Leo Morales and military veteran Jesse Murphree – who have donated their efforts in support of this inspiring film.
The Push: A South Pole Adventure
For the first time in history, two adaptive athletes pushed their limits to the most inhospitable place on the planet – the South Pole.
The chosen date marked the 100th anniversary when Captain Robert Falcon Scott’s Terra Nova expedition reached the earth’s most remote spot.