Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia

June 21, 2017

Two years ago, Nadia Ulanowska wasn’t able to walk without a walker. Now, the 10-year-old Burnaby resident has perfected a seat drop on the trampoline. Nadia’s cerebral palsy, which is known as spastic diplegia, affects both of her legs. Thanks to the Cerebral Palsy Association of British Columbia’s (CPABC) Campership program, Nadia has had the opportunity to participate in Club Aviva Empowering Steps Movement Therapy summer camp in Coquitlam since 2011. She attended Club Aviva through a subsidy provided by CPABC which alleviated costs associated with the adapted gymnastics program.

To listen to her story visit http://bccerebralpalsy.com/2017/06/staying-fit-through-gymnastics/

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