AquAbility: Swimming Lessons for Young People with Disabilities
MARCH 16-17 APRIL 6-7 MAY 4-5
Who we are: AquAbility is a non-profit committed to providing recreation through swimming for individuals with physical and visual disabilities.
What: Swimming Lessons for Young People with physical and visual disabilities. Ages 5-17
Where: Boise State University Recreation Center Pool
When: Saturdays 4:15 -5:00 pm and Sundays 1:15-2:00 pm on the weekends listed above.
For more information and to register:
**Parents and/or Legal Guardians must call Karen Morrison, Director and Certified Adapted Aquatics Instructor and Disability Swim Coach. 208-720-6362
AquAbility Swim Clinics at Boise State University
for Veterans & Adults with Disabilities
March 16-17 April 6-7 May 4-5
Location: Boise State University Recreation Center Pool
Times: Saturdays 5:00-6:00p.m. Sundays 12:15-1:15p.m.
AquAbility is an Idaho non-profit corporation committed to providing recreation and sport through swimming for people with a variety of physical challenges. AquAbility is also a Paralympic Sports Club; a division of the U S Olympic Committee, offering community-based sports for adults, youth and veterans with physical and visual challenges.
AquAbility is available to people of all ages who are challenged by a variety of permanent physical restrictions, including but not limited to: paralysis, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, visual or auditory impairment, multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, amputations, spinal cord injuries, brain injury, and PTSD.
For many people with disabilities, swimming is the only activity they can do without any kind of assistance. This is a priceless freedom!
No prior swimming experience necessary.
_ _Please call 208-928-6558 or 208-720-6362 to Sign up and for more information ___
Here’s a link to a great blog about Zenergy Health Club Sponsoring AquAbility :
AquAbility sends a hearty congratulations to Omar Bermejo for his great races at the Paralympic World Cup in Cable, Wisconsin.
Omar swims regularly with AquAbility for cross-training when he is at home in Sun Valley, Idaho. We look forward to seeing him race January 31 for another National Paralympic Biathlon/Nordic skiing race event.
AquAbility provided a swim clinic for 7 women Veterans who were in Sun Valley for a camp with the Higher Ground Veteran Program.
AquAbility provided a swim clinic at Zenergy Health Club which went over swimmingly! Local Zen Master swimmers volunteered in the pool to help make this event wonderful for all involved!
Thanks to Zenergy for sponsoring AquAbility and to the volunteers for this Women Veteran Clinic: Amy Anderson, Deb Erickson, Pam Ebertz, Eiron Schofield, Tami Kammer, Jeannie Kiel, Heidi Watanabe.
Here is a video you might like. We have been in the pool everyday and his swimming is getting so much more meaningful to nick. He loves diving for sticks and he has now independently started swimming freestyle on his own! He loves the water and it wouldn’t have improved without your Work and compassionate to teach. Thank you,
Jennifer, Nicky and family.
Check out this Video on the link below!