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Adaptive Summer Camps

Summer camps are a once in a lifetime opportunity for kids to adventure and explore with their peers. Here are some camps especially good for kids with physical and medical needs. 208 more words

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Organized Sports

Outdoors for All is committed to increasing social participation in communities and building long lasting friendships between volunteers and participants.

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Under the Sea

Scuba diving is a passion I fell in love with 5 years ago in Indonesia. I watched this woman’s experience with adaptive scuba diving and felt inspired to share my passion with you, my clients. 59 more words

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How to Sit

Your child will move in mysterious ways.

Sitting can seem pretty harmless, but there are good ways to sit and bad ways to sit.

It is not uncommon to see children with motor delays use W-sitting as their preferred method of sitting. 163 more words

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Road Trip

Children are gifts to remind us of the newness of each day. In their tiny state, they manage to teach us to let go of fears, explore new and different ideas, and go way, way, way out of our comfort zone. 430 more words

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Local Beaches for Child & Chair

EVERY CHILD should get the opportunity to experience the breathtaking magic that lies where the ocean meets land. Here are some wheelchair accessible PNW beachfront properties and campsites for you to explore. 231 more words

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Wheelchair Accessible Trails- Western Washington

Artist Ridge at Huntoon Point

This 1.2 mile gravel hike that gains 200 feet in elevation is open in summer and fall. Stay in the… 251 more words

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