The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition (TAASC) will hold a water ski/water sports camp Aug. 1-3 at O'Shaughnessy Reservoir in Delaware County.

The Adaptive Adventure Sports Coalition (TAASC) will hold a water ski/water sports camp Aug. 1-3 at O'Shaughnessy Reservoir in Delaware County.

Included this year is an invitation to recently disabled veterans and their families to join the Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project.

The 11th annual camp will run from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily.

TAASC, a chapter of Disabled Sports/USA, will offer adaptive waterskiing, kayaking, sailing and cycling clinics to individuals with disabilities.

The Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project - a partnership of Disabled Sports/USA, its chapters and the Wounded Warrior Project - provides year-round sports programs for service members who have been severely wounded in the war on terrorism.

According to the Wounded Warrior Disabled Sports Project, intervention with active sports has resulted in more successful rehabilitation and eventual employment.

"Wounded Warriors" and their families are provided sports opportunities at no charge, including transportation, lodging, adaptive equipment and individualized instruction in more than 12 summer and winter sports.

TAASC is a nonprofit organization founded in Columbus in 1997. Its mission is to enhance the quality of life for people with disabilities by providing sports and other recreational activities.

For more information about TAASC or the Wounded Warriors program, call (614) 940-1295, e-mail info@taasc.org or visit the Web site www.TAASC.org.