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Miracle League of Arkansas looking for coaches for next year.

LITTLE ROCK, AR -- Baseball diamonds weren’t exactly designed with wheelchairs, crutches and visual impairments in mind. The Miracle League field is made of a recycled tire product in a tile form that is designed to prevent injuries, that will also accommodate both wheelchairs, walkers and other devices to assist in walking that our players use. It also allow sufficient cushioning to aid in injury prevention when the children fall. The field and dugout is barrier free and completely flat. Any person 4 years and older with a diagnosis. Their spectrum includes kids that are very high functioning, autistic, to the child who is blind and deaf needing 24/7 care and in a wheelchair. We have never had a child unable to be successful at our field. The design is all about their needs being met. All kids start in the “Original” league and may stay there for their whole baseball career, while others may move to the Competitive or Adult league. We also have an Adult League for those over 19 years old. The field is barrier free and allows the greatest confidence building environment for everyone involved. For more information on the Miracle League of Arkansas click here.

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