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The National Ability Center (NAC) to host the 2025 Move United Education Conference

Park City, UT — The National Ability Center has been selected as the host venue for the 2025 Move United Education Conference. The conference brings together sport providers who share a dedication to ensuring that athletes with disabilities have fair access to sports and is anticipated to attract over 400 attendees to Park City in 2025. The 2025 Move United Conference will take place from May 5 to May 7 with pre-conference workshop opportunities starting on May 3. 

“The Move United Education Conference provides a unique opportunity to bring together leaders in adaptive sports and recreation, fostering collaboration and driving progress towards greater inclusivity ” said Tracy Meier, chief program and education officer at the National Ability Center. “We’re so happy to be a part of this conference and can’t wait to showcase our programs and facilities.”

The Move United Education Conference will be the largest event the National Ability Center has hosted, coinciding with a significant milestone: its 40th anniversary. This convergence sets the stage for a vibrant and energetic 2025. 

“Having just visited the National Ability Center, I know firsthand they are going to be a great host partner for our Education Conference. The combination of a strong leadership team with fantastic, accessible facilities will provide a significant showcase to a wide variety of adaptive sports for our attendees that come from all over the country,” said Glenn Merry, Move United executive director. “Their experience, strength, and enthusiasm for hosting events will definitely make for a memorable event for everyone.”

To learn more about Move United, visit moveunitedsport.org. To learn more about the National Ability Center, visit discovernac.org. To book your next mission-aligned event at the NAC, contact [email protected].

About the National Ability Center
The National Ability Center (NAC) provides world-class adaptive recreation and outdoor adventures for individuals, families and groups with varying physical, cognitive and developmental disabilities. Rooted in Park City, UT for nearly 40 years, with a satellite location in Moab, the NAC empowers over 5,500 competitive athletes, children, active-duty, veterans and others yearly. Through on-campus and community-based programming, with individual and group activities, participants build self-esteem, confidence and lifetime skills. The NAC hosts over 30,000 experiences and lessons each year including alpine and Nordic skiing, snowboarding, horseback riding, cycling, swimming, rafting, archery, among others. In 2023, the 9,400 square foot McGrath Mountain Center opened to serve the NAC’s adaptive ski and snowboard programs, made possible by a historic 50-year land lease donated by Vail Resorts. With Vail’s EpicPromise as the National Ability Center’s largest annual community partner, the NAC is globally recognized as a leader in adaptive sports. For more information about the National Ability Center, visit discovernac.org. For a secure and simple way to donate to the NAC, text ABILITY to 512-920-5521 or visit discovernac.org/donate/.