Saint Patrick’s Day

Shuswap TrailRider Adaptive Adventure Society (STAAS) Deb and Grant met with North Okanagan Shuswap Brain Injury Society (NOSBIS). NOSBIS offers a comprehensive range of services to Survivors of an Acquired Brain Injury, their Family and Friends, crucial to regaining a productive life.

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This group let me bring the TrailRider to their meeting. New faces was a lot of fun for me. We reviewed the TrailRider then went outside to try it out. There was a number of people that tried the TrailRider seated position. We found one issue that we need to fix. The foot plate needs to be strengthened with zap straps, and we will add extra zap straps to each Trailrider kit.The Sherpa position was handled very well by a number of the nosbis members.

I am very optimistic that some of the group may come out May 27th, see below for who what where when why. Book through the recreation center 250-832-4044 for this event.rec let-page-0-4_resized_1

I learned something very valuable from this group and that is adaptable bowling exists in Salmon Arm. I am so excited to try this my average was 320 when my legs worked. I will just be happy to bowl again.

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