The Adaptive Sports Proram at Mountain Creek is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization established in 2016. The ASP at MC was inspired by local special athlete, Nick Cerrato who had a desire to ski. Learn more below.
Where It All Began
The ASP at MC was inspired by local special athlete, Nick Cerrato who had a desire to ski. Friend of Nick established an adaptive ski program planning group that engaged in the research and planning that lead to the startup of the Adaptive Sports Program at Mountain Creek.
The mission of the Adaptive Sports Program at Mountain Creek (ASPMC) is to provide alpine ski and snowboard lessons to individuals with physical and/or developmental disabilities guided by a qualified instructor.
The focus of ASPMC is to provide an individualised instruction program that is safe and fun dedicated to providing instruction to special athletes with all types of disabilities including cognitive impairments such as traumatic brain injury, Down Syndrome, and Autism, as well as physical conditions such as blindness, hearing impairments , amputation, spinal cord injury, cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis
The ASPMC is also geared towards those living with critical illness such as cancer and Aids.
Who We Are
The ASMPC is represented by a Board of Directors with support from friends, co-workers and people alike all whom are devoted and dedicated to providing a safe, fun and progressive environment. Let’s meet them.
Dr. John T. Whiting, Acting President/Vice President
Buffy Whiting, Secretary/Treasurer
John Swartwood, Member Emeritus
What We Offer
An excellent team of qualified instructors devoted to making sure you have the best experience.
Providing the opportunity for those who are interested in skiing, the chance to try.
Mountain Creek Resort is conveniently located less than 50 miles from NYC.