Adaptive Sports for Kids (A.S.K.) is a non-profit, 501-(c)(3) organization. A.S.K. was formed in December, 2011. Our goal is to give children and adults with special needs the opportunity to play sports they may not otherwise be able to play, all at no cost to them. Each athlete is partnered with a "buddy" volunteer who will help their athlete with whatever they need; whether it's batting, running, pushing their wheelchair, or just playing in the dirt with them. This way all of our parents can sit down, relax, and watch their child play sports. If you would prefer to be your child's buddy, that is ok with us too!

A.S.K. is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of parents of special needs children. Together we have many many many years of experience, and we LOVE what we do! We are strictly volunteer based, none of our Officers or Board Members receive a salary of any kind. We are simply paid by the smiles on our athlete's faces!


A.S.K. Founders - Allen Nation, Scott Ferguson, and Kerri May. 

Photo taken by LoriLens Photography


A.S.K. Board of Directors



Allen Nation - President

Kerri May - Vice President

Shalian Mires - Secretary

David May - Treasurer

Ed Myer - Photographer

DJ Mires- Player Agent


Board Members

Dana Kyler - Board Member

Wanda McClane - Board Member

Ronda Nation - Board Member

John Vickrey - Board Member



Adaptive Sports for Kids, Inc. has partnered with the City of Nederland to bring these sporting activities to our players. The City has graciously given A.S.K. access to facilities at Doornbos Park, located on Avenue H in Nederland.