Finding the path right for EACH OF US can help us to grow a better trail network
DIFFERENT PEOPLE How is each person different (abilities, interests, and experiences)
People with intellectual and developmental disabilities (or I/DD), like my daughter Margot, face special challenges to their health and quality of life. While others might learn a sport or develop a fitness routine in school or college, this a lot harder for people with ID. And so they struggle to find healthy activities to enjoy, and are more likely to be overweight.
Push a stroller smooth level surface, Seek solace quiet trail, Hike harder want a range of trails, Bike to the library