BUILDING A BETTER YOU.

WE’RE ON A MISSION TO EMPOWER THE DISABLED COMMUNITY

“DON’T LET YOUR STRUGGLE BE YOUR IDENTITY.”

 

PROGRAMS WITH A PURPOSE

Whether you’re born with a disability or develop one later in life, people with disabilities are vulnerable to mental and physical health issues, including depression and obesity.

Our goal is to fix that.

CONFIDENCE

Focusing on our abilities, rather than our limitations, gives us the confidence we need to move past physical and mental challenges in order to reach our dreams.

COMPETENCE

We are more than our circumstances. Let’s discover new strengths and find personal fulfillment while we continue to break down barriers and overcome obstacles.

COURAGE

We continue to challenge misconceptions and expand possibilities. It takes courage to shift our focus from what we cannot do to what we can do.

BE A PART OF CHANGING LIVES

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THE NEW DBNR APP IS LIVE!

The new DBNR app has launched and provides equal access to the underserved disabled community focusing on fitness, wellness and mental health. 

OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS

Meet Jeff Soelberg

Jeff Soelberg, a Utah native, is a determined adaptive athlete. Following an industrial work accident, Jeff had three fingers amputated and had a severely damaged wrist. What may seem like impairments to some has become a source of motivation for Jeff. His new workout...

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Meet Omar Iglesias Medina

Omar Iglesias Medina is a name you need to know. Originally from Ponce, Puerto Rico, Omar currently calls New York City home. Omar’s day job is a full-time consultant role in the Capital Markets Practice at PriceWaterhouseCoopers. Sounds fancy, right? But Omar also...

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Meet Amber Laurita

Amber Laurita, a Crossfit adaptive athlete, currently lives in Columbia, South Carolina. She was born in New Jersey but was raised as a military kid in Charleston, South Carolina. Despite being bullied in her younger years, Amber found Crossfit and has competed in...

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DISABLED BUT NOT REALLY

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Disabled But Not Really is a 501(c)3 organization providing equal access to the underserved disabled community; through programs that focus on fitness, wellness, and mental health.