August 2018

A Little Girl's Push to Dance

A Little Girl's Push to Dance

When you become pregnant, you immediately start to gather hopes and dreams for your child's future. Karina, my second-oldest daughter of five, was born two months early and from that moment on, has always shown that she does things on her time and with all eyes on her. Since the first moments home from the NICU, the only way we could get her to sleep was music. Her eyes would grow wide and you could see that every beat, rhythm, and word was being taken into her tiny little brain. Music quickly became her escape, her way to be free in her body however the music took her.

Posted on 8/28/2018 | 3 comments


Competing in the 2018 International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Youth World Championships

Competing in the 2018 International Wheelchair & Amputee Sports Youth World Championships

My name is Jason Robinson and I am a 15 year-old Team USA athlete. I never thought that was something I would be able to say as a teenager. My hard work and dedication to wheelchair racing for a good part of my life has led me to fulfilling a dream I have had since first seeing adaptive athletes compete. Little did I know that the countless hours of practice would lead me to Ireland!

Posted on 8/21/2018 | 0 comments


Keeping Cool with a Disability

Keeping Cool with a Disability

I've been on this planet for 31 years and have been a quad-amputee for just about the same amount of time. Growing up, and even now, I've always been more sensitive to the heat than others. I tend to sweat more than most able-bodied people that I know, and I don't wear a jacket nearly as often. In doing my research for this article, I've learned that my experiences with temperature are common among amputees.

Posted on 8/14/2018 | 0 comments


Exploring the Grand Canyon by Handbike

Exploring the Grand Canyon by Handbike

I was hooked from just the subject line: "The bike trip to miss." After all, it's not every day that you're offered to go on a five-day fully guided bike trip exploring the trails of the North Rim of the Grand Canyon. Tim McGrough, the program director for Telluride Adaptive Sports Program (TASP) organized this trip with Western Spirit, a Moab-based bicycle tour company to take seven select off-road handcyclists on their first-ever guided off-road handcycle tour.

Posted on 8/7/2018 | 0 comments


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10/1/2018 | Maur
I have phased out crutches & now a broken FIT ME JUST RIGHT quickie char. I cannot find the seat ...

9/5/2018 | Cynthia Hill
Beautifully told Chelsea! You and Maurice have done an amazing job always reminding Karina she ca...

9/4/2018 | Tricia Armstrong
Chelsea- What you do everyday for your daughter-lifts up everyone around her. She was a gift to ...

9/4/2018 | Cindy Dominick
So proud of you Chelsea! You advocated for your daughter and now they have a whole class dedicate...

8/20/2018 | Kimi Soni
Thank you so much for this informative post.

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