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Archived Webinar: Increasing Inclusive Fitness Opportunities Under the Big Sky + Adaptive Recreation Resources

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Try Adaptive Recreation this Winter!!

  1. South central region:
    1. Alpine and X-country skiing with Ski Discovery and the Butte-Silver Bow Developmental Disabilities Council.
    2. Adaptive Skating and Sled Hocky with Helena Miners and Ability Montana CIL.
    3. Ice skating, skiing, and snow shoeing with Eagle Mount – Bozeman.
  2. Western region:
    1. Alpine and X-country skiing with DREAM Adaptive Recreation.
    2. Therapeutic and adaptive riding at Two Bear Therapeutic Riding Center.
  3. Northern/Highline region:
    1. Sled hockey, Alpine skiing, and X-country skiing with Eagle Mount – Great Falls.
  4. Eastern region:
    1. Alpine skiing, X-country skiing, and snow shoeing with Eagle Mount – Billings.
  5. Statewide
    1. Borrow adaptive workout equipment from MonTECH.
    2. Contact your local Center for Independent Living (CIL) for more resources.

Webinar Details

Title: Increasing Inclusive Fitness Opportunities Under the Big Sky

Recorded Date: Tuesday February 23, 2021 from 10:00-11:00 A.M. MST

What is it about: This webinar is about adaptive recreation technologies and programs that support people with disabilities. Through examples from Montana, people across the nation can discover new ways to explore the great outdoors, engage in fitness and reconnect with communities.

Topics include:

  • Alpine skiing
  • Adaptive biking
  • Ice and roller sled hockey
  • Adaptive fishing, boating, rafting

Featured programs: The City-County of Butte Silver Bow and Ski Discovery, MonTECH, Ability Montana and Helena Sled Hockey team, and Camp Bullwheel

Archived Materials

This webinar was recorded and all archived materials can be found below. Thank you for your patience as we prioritize making all materials accessible before we upload. Contact us if you notice a problem with access.

Contact with questions or suggestions:

The Montana Disability and Health Program
Mackenzie Jones

Phone number (406) 444-2744

Email: Mackenzie.Jones@mt.gov