Spend a week outdoors and learn how to enjoy kayaking & camping with new skills.
Challenge yourself to do something you never thought you’d be able to do.
Spend time with people who understand living with physical disability.
Learn to manage medical concerns, work within a team to overcome life’s obstacles.
When adventure, learning and empowerment collide, potential is realized and lives are changed.
A physical disability can forever alter the course of a person’s life. And while it may sometimes feel like it, if often doesn’t mean life has come to an end—it has just been presented with a roadblock. But like with any obstacle, with time and education, it’s something that can be overcome.
The Society for Inclusion and Participation (SiP) is a heart and body healing organization that gives people with physical disabilities the knowledge, empowerment and community to overcome these obstacles and live happy, healthy, independent lives.
Participants—ages 13 and up—will experience a 5.5 day kayak and life skills camp like no other. They will complete the week having conquered fears both on and off the water, as well as learned some of the simple but critical self-care techniques that will enable them to live active and full lives.