Through the Adaptive Sports Foundation, children with cerebral palsy are able to participate in winter athletic activities like skiing. Engaging in a new activity such as skiing requires children to use their bodies in a new way, reinforcing physical therapy goals and promoting mobility and activity
Last ski season, the Adaptive Sports Academy organized trips for children with physical disabilities in the greater New York City area. “Children with physical disabilities put a lot of effort and planning into moving their bodies; therefore adaptive activities such as skiing, are a way for them to challenge themselves, even if it means making modifications and adaptations to meet their goals,” said Lorene Janowski, an occupational therapist who attended the ski trip.
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