In this podcast host Estin Talavera speaks with Joel Zeisler manager and overseer of the water sports activities at LOF Adaptive Skiers. Joel has helped make LOF Adaptive Skiers a leader in adaptive waterskiing here in the US. LOF provides adaptive waterskiing clinics on an ongoing basis from beginner to advanced levels with its season usually starting in June and ending in October. Their mission is to build lasting confidence and fulfillment, through exposure and professional training in recreational and competitive water and snow skiing to both children and adults with disabilities.
LOF Adaptive Skiers was founded in 1991 and located on Lake Zoar in Sandy Hook, Connecticut It is a non-profit organization where children, adults, and wounded veterans with disabilities and special needs come to meet for life-changing adaptive sports experiences and meaningful connections. They may be based at Sandy Hook, but they can bring their programs to your area.
LOF Adaptive Skiers has veteran’s programs, children programs, private group programs, women’s programs as well as adaptive water sports training programs. Head on over to http://lofadaptiveskiers.org/ and check them out.
Join Estin and Joel as they visit about how water skiing can be adapted for anyone to enjoy.
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