Special needs kids - destroying sterotypes!

photo: deingorilla.de

have you skated a wheelchair before? i had a go today with lisa schmidt from sit n skate,  proof picture here! lisa is awesome! she teaches and spreads an attitude of freedom in kids that appear trapped in their chairs by showing them fresh moves.  today i was part of gorilla's biggest inclusion workshop in a school for kids with physical disability and/or emotional and behavioral difficulties. while you are at it, you should also check out the web home of matias berger, his bright spirit is a grand pleasure and inspiration to have around.


Lisa Smith said...

Amazing post! Wheelchairs and scooters need clear, uninhibited pathways in order to operate. To make this possible in your home, it’s often helpful to get rid of clutter and re-organize your space.

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