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Anyone Can Kayak with a Little Help from NCAA

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Join us for a presentation from NCAA at AARP VT's Coffee Talk via Zoom
The NDAA Adaptive Kayaking program has been getting people w/ physical disabilities out on the water, kayaking independently. Now it’s time to extend our programming to those think they can no longer get into/out of a kayak. Bad knees/hips? We can help you.

Our kayaks are adapted w/outriggers for stability; a higher back seat for comfort and supported paddles to reduce upper extremity fatigue/pain. Trouble getting into/or out of a low to ground kayak? We have that covered w/a variety of equipment and techniques.

Outings depend on interests, and will likely be mid-week in Chittenden/Grand Isle or Washington Counties. For more info come to the AARP Coffee Talk April 13 at 9 AM.

Here's the Zoom link:
https://aarp-volunteer-org.zoom.us/j/98442103105?pwd=QldVcFl4aHUyalZtRjF6bTF3TjFxQT09


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