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National Disability Sports Alliance (NDSA)
"National Disability Sports Alliance, NDSA, is the national governing body for competitive sports for individuals with cerebral palsy, traumatic brain injuries and survivors of stroke. NDSA is responsible for conduct and administration of approved sports in the United States and is a DSO (Disabled Sports Organization) member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). NDSA formulates the rules, implements policies and procedures, conducts national championships in twelve sports, disseminates safety and sports medicine information and selects the athletes to represent the United States in international competition. NDSA’s international counterpart is the Cerebral Palsy Sports and Recreation Association (CP-ISRA). CP-ISRA is a member of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC).
NDSA was originally formed as the United Cerebral Palsy Athletic Association (USCPAA) in 1987. NDSA is a section 501c3 state-chartered nonprofit organization. The NDSA National Center provides a variety of services and programs for its membership. These services include publications, educational programs, fund-raising activities, sports medicine programs, video resources and general information about sports related activities. "