No Barriers:  A Publication of Florida Disabled Outdoors Association May 2013
In This E-mail:
SportsAbility Dates
Recreation Assistive Technology
President's Report
Fitness and wellness efforts have proven to provide improved physical, mental, emotional, social and vocational health for persons with disabilities. 
Exec. Director's Report
Always something new on the horizon
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SportsAbility Dates!

SportsAbility Sampler Family Cafe Orlando June 7-9, 2013

SportsAbility Ocala / Marion County October 4-5, 2013

SportsAbility Tallahassee April 10-12, 2014


Assistive Technology: Trail Rider

Hiking is one of the best ways to enjoy the outdoors but disabilities make it difficult to truly enjoy. Sporting a large outdoor tire and a lightweight aluminum frame, the TrailRider makes it easy to explore the rugged outdoors and has a smooth secure ride. A friend or family member, which the manufacturers affectionately term a “Sherpa”, can stand at either end of device while they push and pull you over some of the most difficult terrain. 


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