For all our friends in the CURE NATION, we hope you’ll enjoy and share this fun idea list of accessible outings that kids will love! Keep these ideas in mind for your next accessible adventure with your loved ones.
Ashleigh Jennings says of the picture above, “This is me and my service dog, aka my “wing girl”, Sara checking out Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania. We stopped to get a picture in front of the fountains.”
While October may be Spina Bifida Awareness Month, we know like you do that Spina Bifida education goes so much further than that, and so do people who are born with this congenital condition. That’s why we are sharing these ideas, to encourage our community to explore their world!
The pictures below, and their stories, are courtesy of the 2018 Wheels UP! Photo Contest hosted by SPORTS ‘N SPOKES magazine, Cure Medical, Abilities Expo and the Spina Bifida Association. Enjoy!
peyton loves getting wet ‘n wild
Peyton Thomas is “enjoying Wet ‘N Wild Water Park in Phoenix, Arizona! I get to wheel through all the splash pads and then hop in the lazy river!”
dylan enjoys casting the bait
Have you thought about enjoying the day on an accessible dock? Wendy Redmond says, “Our son, Dylan, and his twin sister out fishing for the very first time! They didn’t catch anything but they still had a blast!”
zander swings for the fences
Proud mom Nicole writes, “Zander Popoca loves baseball! So when he was old enough to join the local adaptive T-ball team, I signed him up. Here he is hitting the ball at his Adaptive T-Ball game in Utah.”
rachel explores with no barriers in lake tahoe
Above is Rachel Malone “Spending time in Lake Tahoe at the No Barriers USA Summit trying new things and meeting new people with similar experiences.”
brayden spins his wheels up!
Brayden Bailey (age 10) enjoyed visiting the accessible Harley Davidson Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Mom says, “He is imitating the statue of the hill climb racer. He enjoys anything with a motor, but really loves riding on motorcycles and loves going to the museum.”
bryson gives back to the sba community
Get your whole family involved in your community like the Dowdy family did! Here is Bryson Dowdy, “Still going strong after finishing Drews Day 5K to raise money for Mountaineer Spina Bifida Camp with my younger sister, Bri, and my buddy, Carter Cobb.”
joshua hits the water on skis
Oh, the joy of summer camp! Above, Joshua Beerbower is doing adaptive water skiing at his summer camp. He is a full-time wheelchair user with spina bifida and cerebral palsy.
Delmace digs sled hockey
Have you heard about sled hockey? It’s played indoors, regardless of the weather and it’s accessible to everyone! Here you see Delmace getting his sled up before a sled hockey game.
Thanks again to everyone who participated in the 2018 Wheels UP! event, brought to you by SPORTS ‘N SPOKES, Cure Medical, Abilities Expo and the Spina Bifida Association.
Stay tuned to SPORTS ‘N SPOKES magazine as they will announce the contest winners in their November 2018 issue. Visit their site here.
And don’t forget to get our free Wheels UP! Accessible Travel Guide for travel ideas across the United States too.
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FREE EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS FOR GIRLS & BOYS
In addition to the new Pediatric Hydrophilic Cure Catheter®, Cure Medical is offering a free EDUCATION PROGRAM developed by nurses that parents can use to teach their children ‘How To Cath’ using fun, instruction tools like:
- Backpacks in blue and pink with no logos — for discretion at school or away from home,
- Flash cards for boys and girls that also include steps for cathing with or without stomas
- Coloring books with crayons, a complimentary toy – and more!
Contact us to request your free backpack with educational materials to help your child learn the steps for self-cathing.
You can request a sample of the Pediatric Hydrophilic Cure Catheter®. When you do, an option will appear allowing you to add an educational backpack to your order.
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