Tennessee Association of Blind Athletes, is a non-profit organization that provides sports and recreational activities for blind or visually impaired men, women, and children of Tennessee. They are the State chapter of the United States Association of Blind Athletes (USABA) and are recognized by the U.S. Paralympic Committee as a Paralympic Sports Club that provides world class programs for adaptive athletes and wounded warriors of all kinds. TABA provides adaptive programs on 3 different levels which are leisure recreation, health and fitness, and competitive sports. Together with the USABA, they provide local, state, regional, national, and even international opportunities for all children and adults of Tennessee with a visual disability. TNABA also provides outreach and consulting for physical education teachers, coaches, parents, students, and other community members to ensure that blind individuals are able to participate in activities alongside their sighted peers.