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OUR MISSION

The mission of the International Institute of SPORT (IIOS) is to improve the quality of life for people with disabilities in the less economically developed countries worldwide.

WHO WE ARE

We are a non-profit advocating for the disabled in areas of public access, education, integration, job skills, physical rehabilitation, therapeutic recreation and disaster relief. We are educators, artists, administrators and professionals. We are also networkers and are grateful for our partners.

WHAT WE DO

We engage children and adults in art projects geared to developing an understanding of disability.  We help rehabilitate and train disabled athletes for the Paralympics. We help disabled people become employees and business owners. We provide art supplies, medical supplies and mobility devices. We represent disabled artists in the world art market. We advocate for the disabled in business and government affairs to help secure access to jobs and transportation.


Don Bristow - Technology Director


Don Bristow

Don Bristow serves as the Technology Director for the International Institute of SPORT.

Bristow graduated from California State University, Sacramento following service in the U.S. Navy, and he spent 20 years in the software development business. He is a photographer & artist, and owns Lightray Photoimagery, a photography and design studio in Bullard, Texas. He also serves as the IT Director for Bethesda Health Clinic in Tyler, TX.

Bristow is the creator of Chaotica, a collection of contemporary art based on the mathematics of Chaos Theory. Chaotica has been featured on the covers of WhileUWait Magazine in Tyler, and Commercial Real Estate Network Magazine in Atlanta, GA and Dallas, TX. Bristow's Chaotica was featured in the November 2014 issue of BSCENE Magazine in Tyler, and in the Tyler Morning Telegraph, July 7, 2015. Chaotica has been exhibited by galleries in Arlington, Fort Worth, Dallas, Tyler and West Virginia. Bristow is represented by Gold Leaf Gallery in Tyler, TX, Executive Interiors in Irving, TX, and Faux Artistry & Designs in Houston, TX.