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Winter Events Calendar – Ways to have FUN & stay connected!

Andrew Skinner December 16, 2020 News, Noteworthy, SCI, Upcoming Events

Guess what?!?  This winter season may be like no other, but there's still some awesome things going on for you to get involved with!

Check out some event highlights and activities below.

The Party of the Season

Saturday, December 19th at 4pm

Join Triumph this Saturday for our Jingle Ball Christmas Party for music, fellowship, games, prizes, and much more!

We've got the Triumph elves working overtime to create a fun and meaningful Holiday Party that you won't want to miss.

Register now!

Snow Skiing

January 28th, February 11th, February 23rd

Who wants to go snow skiing with Triumph Foundation in Big Bear with United States Adaptive Recreation Center?

They've implemented heath & safety protocols to take us on the slopes!

Click below to RSVP.

Stay Active

There's lots of ways to exercise and work towards your fitness goals virtually.

ADAPT Functional Movement Center in San Diego is hosting virtual mindfulness and workout sessions. They're a great way to improve your mental & physical health.

Triumph just became a chapter of Move United!

Disabled Sports USA and Adaptive Sports USA merged to become this premiere adaptive sport coalition.

Check out their hundreds of free live and on demand adaptive exercise and fitness classes for people of all abilities to participate in!

provides wheelchair fitness instruction, delivering continuous general fitness for wheelchair users via online platforms promoting healthy happiness!

Featuring numerous daily workout classes that includes Muscle Monday, Fun Fitness Fridays, Zumba Dance, and more!

Wheel Power Videos posts free workout classes you can do from home! Find videos on how to do wheelchair yoga, exercise, play sports, and lead healthy active lives.

Get Vertical

1st Week of February

Our friends at Abilities Recovery Center are hosting a special get together at their facility to showcase their state-of-the-art MAS device and have the Indigo Exoskeleton.

A limited number of you will be able to try these amazing devices to get you vertical and walking!

Register now to learn more

"Ride The Wave" Documentary

Tuesday, December 29th at 5pm

Login for a good evening featuring a free showing of Scott Chesney's "Ride The Wave" documentary.

Start seeing life in a new perspective and join him on his journey of self-discovery that has taken him all over the world. This is a story of hope, challenges, resilience, courage, family, friends, love and gratitude.

Following the showing of the 53-minute documentary, Scott will join us live for a brief motivational talk followed by a Q&A session.

Hangout

Our Life Series groups are meeting every week virtually and having open discussions about living with spinal cord injury.

More Ways to Stay Active

NorCal SCI provides information, resources and programs allowing people affected by or living with a Spinal Cord Injury/Disorder in Northern California to thrive and live productively.

Visit their calendar to sign up for Adaptive & Functional Fitness Training for Quadriplegics & Paraplegics.

Angel City Sports

Angel City Sports provides year-round free adaptive sports opportunities for kids, adults and veterans with physical disabilities or visual impairments.

Including; virtual cheer, virtual sitting volleyball, virtual acting workshop, and much more!

Visit their website events calendar

Rollettes

The Rollettes wheelchair dance team is hosting performances, classes, and hangouts for girls.

Visit their website events calendar

Sabrina Cohen Let's Get Virtual

The Sabrina Cohen Foundation created an online platform to excercise, connect, and stay health from home.

For more info CLICK HERE

Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra

Disabled Sports Eastern Sierra is providing numerous ways to stay active and engaged at home.

Including adaptive workouts, yoga, zoom cycling, and dancing.

Visit their virtual events and calendar

Live to Roll

Live to Roll is putting out lots of content with how-to-videos for activities of daily living and exercise, and discussions of SCI life topics.

Looking for help?

Exchange

If you need help with equipment & supplies to survive during the lockdown, visit our Exchange to find lots of FREE items.

Our Mentors

We have 80 peer mentors who provide advice and support for our community.

Let us know if you need help

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If you need support, contact us. We're here for you.


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