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Life After Paralysis is a blog that represents a variety of paralysis community members. It is a place for open conversation about the issues and the interests of people living with paralysis, their family, friends, caregivers, and the professionals that serve them.
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Category: Adaptive Sports Category
This was my fourth year attending the annual North Central Paralyzed Veterans of America fishing trip in Oacoma, SD (near Chamberlain) and this year I left with quite an adventure. My dad and everyone that is a part of this event look forward to this every year. A lot of times this is the only time we get out fishing throughout the year. Read More
We live in a world surrounded by danger, which is obvious to anyone who watches the news. That has been especially evident during the past few months, beginning with the shootings at the theater in Aurora, Colorado, continuing through the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Newtown, the police standoff at Big Bear Lake in California, and might best be epitomized by the Boston Marathon bombings and the shootouts that followed. Read More
This past weekend was the first ever adaptive ski event at Great Bear Recreational Park
in Sioux Falls, SD and to say it was an absolute blast is an understatement! For this being Great Bear’s first time ever doing an adaptive ski event they did a wonderful job. The Great Bear staff and volunteers were great in their training and it showed when it came time for us to ski. Read More