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blog bateclifestyle wheelchair dancing an activity anyone can enjoyWheelchair dancing is more common than you might imagine. As a professional artistic discipline, as a fundraising activity, as rehab therapy or just for fun. This is an activity anyone can enjoy, alone or with a partner.

 

flying through the sky with las sillas voladoras leave your wheelchair on the groundLas Sillas Voladoras is a project that began in October 2005, allowing people with physical disabilities to fly without an engine, all by themselves. Carlos de Albert, the vice president, told us all about this initiative so we could better understand it and get the itch to spread our wings.

fun dreams and surprise at this years adapted descent of the river sellaOn the 2nd of August, Asturias welcomed the long-awaited Adapted Descent of the River Sella for people with physical disabilities. This year matched the record for number of participants set in 2007 and there were surprises on the podium. But, like every year, the good vibes and camaraderie were the real stars.

dgt and aspaym join forces roadside to raise awareness of spinal injuriesIn July, the DGT and ASPAYM once again carried out their Don't trade in your wheels campaign to raise awareness. Our sales reps Carlos Aguado and Javier Gascón participated and tell us about their roadside experience in their wheelchairs.

 

parabaja 2015 lesionados medulares a todo gas en el rally mas canero del circuito espanolAt ParaBaja 2015, promoted by the Step by Step Foundation, drivers with reduced mobility get the chance to race, non-competitively and for charity, on various sections of Baja Aragón 2015, which is quite possibly the hardest rally on the CERTT. Joan Lascorz, the first quadriplegic driver in the world, is one of the drivers supporting this project and will also be participating in the official competition race.

adapted descent of the river sella a refreshing fun exciting activity for people with disabilities tooIf you don’t know how to beat the heat this August… why not try canoeing down the Sella River? It’s a fun, international activity that also features a version for people with disabilities. Save the date: 2nd August in Asturias. Are you going to miss it?

 

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