Other Activity Options
If you’re not into competitive sports but you like to be active, consider handcycling, horseback riding, swimming, skiing or dance. All of these have been modified in some way for participation by people with disabilities. In fact, think of any popular activity, and chances are high that someone with a spinal cord injury has already been there and done that. Sometimes an adapted activity means using specialized equipment or trained instructors. Often, it just means doing things a different way. For more info:
Active Living Resource Centre for Ontarians with a Disability: http://ontario.getactivenow.ca
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On average, it takes 2 to 3 years to attain sufficient independence following spinal cord injury.
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