The programs we support inspire people with disabilities through outdoor activities like sailing, hiking and paddling, or through the self-expression that comes from music and gardening, or the independence that comes from custom assistive devices. We also support participants to access other community resources. 

We do this because we believe in inclusion. People tell us of the need to re-invent themselves following spinal cord injury, and people born with medical conditions such as cerebral palsy talk of how they grew up feeling excluded from many day-to-day activities. It’s about reimagining what’s possible.