Kids with Disabilities Should Play Sports, Too

"Kids with disabilities benefit from activities, physical activities and sports just like kids that are typically developing." -Mary Kate Morgan, PT, DPT

This article explores how sports can benefit youth with disabilities, getting involved in adaptive sports, and barriers these young athletes may face.

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October is National Apple Month, and apple-based snacks for young athletes are the perfect way to celebrate the apple!

We've compiled a list of 5 easy apple snacks for you to share with your athlete's teammates. 

Take the Pressure Cooker Off Youth Sports

Playing sports can bring positive experiences into a young person's life. However, all too often we see young athletes feeling extreme pressure to perform well or continue playing a sport they may not want to.

This article offers perspective for parents and coaches as they encourage kids to be involved in sports -- in a healthy, positive way. 

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