Tail-Wags Helmet Covers Blog — Brain Injury Survivors of Toronto
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[caption id="attachment_2412" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Leslie Bolt sit-skiing in Maine, March, 2011."][/caption] Think skiing requires you to have both feet on the ground? Think again. In her own words, here's the brave story of Leslie Bolt, a Brain Injury Society of Toronto (BIST) member, living with the affects of acquired brain injury, Leslie Bolt shares how she stays active with sit-skiing. A paralympic event, adaptive or sit-skiing allows people with acquired brain injury and others with disabilities to enjoy the slopes. I admit it, though I had practiced in rehab, when I was fitted in my sit-ski “Mountainman,” loaded on the...
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