Abilities Tennis Association of North Carolina (ATANC) is a non profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to raising awareness and developing adaptive tennis programs for persons with intellectual disabilities throughout the state of North Carolina. Their goal is to provide adaptive tennis programs year round through clinics, tournaments, and PE-Adaptive Tennis in the Public School systems. They work closely with USTA NC, Community Tennis Associations, Public School Systems, Parks and Recreation departments and Special Olympics of NC.
Abilities Tennis has adapted tennis programs to accommodate individuals with intellectual disabilities. This includes training coaches and volunteers; providing skills based, short court and long court tennis opportunities; and unified doubles which partners individuals without a disability with special needs athletes.
Find out more about the Abilities Tennis Core Program (PE Abilities Tennis, Clinics and Tournament) by watching the videos on their website.
Clinics are held on Saturdays at Cary Tennis Park and Sundays at Apex Community Park.
Town of Cary
Spring 2019 clinics are Saturdays 4:00 to 5:00pm at Cary Tennis Park starting March 23rd through May 18th. No clinic on April 20th. Athletes should contact the Town of Cary to register for the clinics.
In the event of inclement weather, please check the CTP Program Status website or call Cary Tennis Park at (919) 462-2061
Town of Apex
Spring 2019 clinics in Apex will be on Sundays from 4:00 to 5:00 at Apex Community Park starting March 3rd through April 7th. Athletes should contact the Town of Apex to register for the clinics.
In the event of inclement weather contact the Apex Weather Hotline: (919) 249-3348.
Volunteers are always needed to help with clinics. Training is required and once trained, volunteers can help at any location of Abilities Tennis Clinics and events. Next training will be in late February/early March. Registration is required and space is limited. Contact Laura for more information.