Wheelchair Sports and Recreation Association, Inc. also known as WSRA, is a Non-Profit Organization founded by Charles and Danielle Ekizian.
In 1989 Charles and Danielle Ekizian wanted to formalize their work in the use of recreational and sports activities among the newly disabled as catalysts for regaining active, invigorating lifestyles.
The primary objective of WSRA is to enhance the rehabilitation of people with spinal cord injuries or other disabilities. Charlie now focuses on consulting with the media and organizations that strive to improve the lives of, and utilize the skills of, mobility-impaired people.
The Massachusetts office of WSRA introduces people with spinal cord injuries or other similarly disabling conditions to a stimulating recreational environment as soon as possible after hospitalization or primary rehabilitation, and involves them in life, sports and recreation - whether individually, through WSRA or through other organizations.
WSRA is an exempt organization under Section 501(c)(3)of the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to WSRA are tax deductible.
Charlie Ekizian is a quadriplegic and founder of WSRA. Charlie is an
excellent motivational speaker and consultant who has dedicated his life
to helping other mobility-impaired people to strive and thrive through
sports and recreational activities. You can take advantage of Charlie's
forty years of personal struggle and assisting others as they work to
overcome spinal cord injuries. If your organization wants to
improve its ability to utilize the skills of its mobility-impaired
give Charlie a call. Charlie is
available to inspire your managers and your employees.