Adaptive Scuba Diving

The Scuba Company is dedicated to providing everyone with an enjoyable and safe diving experience. Following this mission, The Scuba Company has twelve divers certified through the Handicapped Scuba Association. By participating in this training, Scuba Company staff have learned to provide excellent care and additional resources to accommodate adaptive scuba divers.

Scuba diving is a sport that can be easily adapted to most everyone. The Scuba Company has worked at length with Riley Mcnamara, a double amputee with both a passion for prosthetics and scuba diving. Since Riley has access to prosthetics as part of his career, he is in a unique position to test and formulate just the right type of solution that is perfect for diving. This research and development will bring diving to more people that might have previously thought it wasn’t possible. Bringing the joy of scuba to everyone, including those with adaptation needs, has become a priority for The Scuba Company.

 

Camp Enchantment

We partner up with Camp Enchantment so we may offer an opportunity to children that they would not have had other wise. They offer a get a way camp for two weeks for kids with illnesses or survivors. With all the care in the world we take our time working one on one with each participant making sure that they get the help that they need to experience the under water world. If you would like to learn more and become part of the movement please go to https://campenchantment.org/ and get involved.

 

Cody Unser First Step Foundation

The Cody Unser First Step Foundation is a global not-for-profit organization dedicated to raising research funds, public awareness and quality of life for those afflicted with all forms of spinal cord-related paralysis.

Getting Started

The best way to give scuba a try is with a PADI Discover Scuba Diving class. 

Check out “In The Water You Can’t Fall Down” starring Riley Mcnamara. Video courtesy of KOAT.