Our family loves to adventure! During a global pandemic, outdoor adventure is even more crucial. Adventuring with a child who has disabilities requires some additional planning and adaptations, but can be done and is so rewarding! Below are some considerations.
For the purpose of simplicity, and because it is one of our favorite pastimes, I am using hiking as an example — but this thought process applies to many other types of adventures!
1) Determine the goal for the adventure. Exercise and/or experience fresh air? Spending time with family and friends? Experiencing and/or learning something new?Read more on themighty.com