The traditional view of disability separates the interdependent relationship between the body and mind and ignoring one’s social attributes， thus persons with disability have been marginalized and treated as an abnormal social group. Accordingly， parasports have mainly functioned as a tool of rehabilitation in the biological sense. The new concept of “ biological， psychological and social model of disability” states a new understanding and interpretation of disability， and puts emphasis on disabled people’s physical， mental， and social development as well as their full integration into society. The new concept of disability endows sports with a new mission to promote the harmonious development of persons with disability and to integrate them into the society. Parasports have become an important force in building an ecological environment for sport development and the development of sport sciences.