Caregiver’s Guide to Support

Family caregivers take on an extreme amount of responsibility; often, they become full-time caregivers overnight. The caregiver’s role requires taking care of essential needs your family member needs to survive, everything from cooking and cleaning to managing medications, looking after finances, managing doctor appointments etc… Doing it all for someone you love can be beautiful […]

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End of Summer: Social Distancing Activities

Corona Virus cases are on the rise, because of this it’s essential to keep safety in mind as we find ways to enjoy “End of summer” activities! We’ve gathered a small list of three social distancing approved “get together” ideas. While safety is always the priority, this gives everyone the opportunity to let their creativity […]

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Getting Up After a Fall: Cerebral Palsy

Anyone with adaptive needs or cares for someone with adaptive needs knows the fear of falling without help to get back up. “If we don’t always have someone around and god forbid we fall, we have to learn how to pick ourselves up,” says Stephanie, an ambitious young woman born with Cerebral Palsey. Using her […]

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5 Best wheelchair outdoor adventures: Utah

Ogden Nature Center: Located in the heart of Ogden, you’ll find a 152-acre nature preserve and education center open to the public year-round. The Ogden Nature Center offers a wide variety of activities, from walking trails to educational programs for all ages. Many attractions are ADA inclusive! George S Eccles Dinosaur Park: The Dinosaur Park […]

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I got my chair now what? A Helpful Guide to your “New Normal”

Becoming part of the adaptive needs community doesn’t exactly come with a “how-to” guide. Whether you’re a caregiver or the wheelchair occupant navigating your new lifestyle can feel like you’re wandering through the dark. This guide will assist you on your journey to finding your “new normal”.   Where do I find necessary home equipment? […]

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Fire Safety – 3 Tips For Staying Safe At Home

Cookouts, family, & fireworks; what better way to enjoy the array of summer holidays! But did you know there are more house fires on the 4th of July than any other day of the year? While you’re creating memories follow these tips to avoid creating potential hazards!   Sparkler & Fireworks Supervise children and never […]

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4 Tips To Beating Seasonal Depression

Seasonal depression got you down? Shifting weather can be a rollercoaster with complicated emotional ups and downs.  However, we have some tips to help manage the winter blues as smoothly as possible. Talk About It: Reach out to someone close to you or in another safe space, vulnerably express your feelings, fears, & goals. Treat […]

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Should you see a sleep specialist?

Few things feel better than a good night’s rest. Waking up feeling refreshed & revitalized is not only good for your physical health, but your mental health as well! Unfortunately for millions of Americans, a full night of sleep feels unattainable. You may have accepted it as “Part of life”, but it doesn’t have to […]

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Utah Fun in February

The Holidays may be over, but the fun doesn’t have to stop! With Utah being home to the best snow on earth, why not take advantage of the winter fun! Here is a list of adaptive activities that everyone can enjoy together! Wasatch adaptive sports offers a pleather of inclusive activities perfect for every family. […]

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New Years Resolution – Chair Yoga

“New year, new me” is an age-old mantra. Although we think you’re already great, we fully support self-improvement! Heath & wellness is a consistent theme topping the list for millions of Americans, and no one focuses on health more than the adaptive needs community. What I want to share with you is a powerful tool […]

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