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Hoppy Friendships

Shared Adventures Participant and Camper – Cameron Wong – wrote and published a book. Cameron recently graduated from Circle of Independent Learning Charter School and is pursuing his love of storytelling and journalism. The story is about a frog with transforming abilities and touches on the importance of self-love, kindness, and accepting those with different …

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Access Santa Cruz County, a newly updated guide 

ACCESS Santa Cruz County—a new, updated guide is available at the same website ( With a grant from the Kemmerer Family Foundation and other supporters, Shared Adventures revised this guide to Santa Cruz County. This bilingual (Spanish/English) publication addresses a variety of accessibility needs for both locals and visitors and promotes businesses and services that are accessible. View the Guide

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Challenged Athletes Winter Sports

Challenged Athletes Foundation recently sponsored an Adaptive Sports Winter Sports Weekend in Idaho  I recently visited Boise, Idaho to participate in a three-day skiing adventure, which brought together a group of people with disabilities to experience the thrill of skiing in the beautiful and picturesque state of Idaho. The trip was made possible thanks to …

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

Welcome to March, the National Brain Injury Awareness month! We hope this finds you and yours in great health and are embracing invigorating ways to thrive. Unfortunately, during the past 12 months both sports and recreational communities (youth to professional) have had to adjust their routine play or competition protocols due to Covid. With that …

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