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The Miracle field’s rubberized surface make it accessible and the programs are adapted to enable everyone is to participate on their own level of ability. No one is excluded and adaptive equipment may be used to ensure participation for all. The games are designed to build confidence and promote physical activity. Each session starts off with a warm-up consisting of various stretches. At the beginning of each sport season, drills may be utilized to allow participants extra practice before beginning the game. Teams are randomly created and buddies find a new friend to assist. Buddies encourage participants, run bases with participants, and enjoy living life through recreation.
People with and without disabilities play together.
This registration will include kickball for fall 2021, baseball for spring 2022 and tennis for summer 2022. You may attend as many or few sessions as you wish. The fee is $30/year for the first athlete in the family and $10/year for each additional family member. If cost is a barrier, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 201-2944; scholarships are available.
Join Dr. Ryan Price, the region’s only pediatric orthopedic surgeon, as he and WCTV Sports Director Ryan Kelly discuss what proactive steps your young athlete(s) can take to help prevent injury, as well as the available treatment options should they sustain an injury.
Do you have a question for Dr. Price? Please submit to PR@TMH.ORG.
There’s a lot to learn about child passenger safety – even for the most experienced parents. Join Safe Kids Big Bend’s Felicia Green and Car Seat Safety Technician Patricia Liedy for a virtual discussion on child passenger and car seat safety, including:
• Proper car seat set-up and usage
• A virtual demonstration
• Additional resources for child passenger safety
Register now at https://bit.ly/TMHCarSeatSafety. Registrants who sign up by September 19 will be eligible for a giveaway.
If you have any questions about car seats or child passenger safety, please submit to PR@TMH.ORG.
The Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. was organized on February 21, 1980, at the office of the Tallahassee Urban League. Upon installation of the newly organized foundation, an official charter was issued and later received nonprofit organization 501(c)(3) exempt status. There are sixteen (16) chapters in the State of Florida. The Sickle Cell Foundation, Inc. is the only local agency serving District II providing services to the following counties: Leon, Jefferson, Wakulla, Madison, Taylor, Gadsden, and Jackson counties.
Join the Sickle Cell Foundation Inc. as they explore awareness, compassion, non-judgment, and patience. Carissa Hunter, Community Outreach Director and Holistic Health Practitioner of Complementary Alternative Therapies, will present on mindfulness.