WASUP In Dana Point

Courtesy of WOWSA, Dana Point, California.

Bridging the Gap and Adaptive Freedom Foundation is hosting its Paddle at the Bay on July 22nd on Baby Beach in Dana Point, California.

Adaptive Freedom Foundation takes disabled individuals on their Wheelchair Adapted Stand Up (WASUP™) boards. Lunch is being donated for all participants by Green Tomato Grill.

For more information on Bridging the Gap and Adaptive Freedom Foundation Paddle Day @ the Bay, visit here.

The Adaptive Freedom Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides wheelchair adaptive paddle boards to people who are challenged with standing and balancing. Its Versatility Board™ secures a wheelchair onto a paddle board and allows people with disabilities, balance-challenged, and those needing assistance paddling, the opportunity to get out on the water and enjoy what was previously impossible: paddling a board from a wheelchair.

Known as WASUP™, Adaptive Freedom Foundation is dedicated to offering open water experiences for people with disabilities and those that are excluded from participation. Its services are provided free of charge.

For more information, visit Adaptive Freedom Foundation here.

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