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Day Camp • Academic Camps • Specialty Camps at Brighton School. 21705 58th Avenue West • Mountlake Terrace, WA 98043. BrightonSchool.com • (425) 640-7067. Brighton Youth Baseball Association. The BYBSA is working with Brighton Dawgs Club and Ravens Diamond Club to use our indoor practice facilities two. DECEMBER 20-23: Pistons Academy Holiday Camp at Franklin Athletic Club in SOUTHFIELD For questions regarding summer camps, please email us at.

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Senior Corner

Welcome class of 2021! The year will go quickly: deadlines and appointments will happen faster than you think! Seniors have more of those than the other 3 grades combined. We will update information as it becomes available!
September 9-23: School pictures in the broadcasting studio, 2:30-8:00 pm
November 5: Seniors will turn in proofs during lunch or during PTC
December 10: Seniors will pick up senior pictures during lunch.

Summer Activities

  • May 24 is an inservice day for teachers, brighton baseball camp. (It is also the only day for students to make up exams.) The office will be closed May 27 for Memorial Day. The front office will brighton baseball camp Tuesday, May 28 with summer hours.
  • BHS front office hours will be from 8 am-noon most days. 
  • The cafeteria will be open for breakfast and lunch Monday-Friday from 8-12. Summer Feed is available to children 18 years and younger.
  • New (TO THE COUNTY) registration will be July 30 from 8 am-2pm. Check out all you need to know before you come to register!
  • Band
    • Percussion, guard, and freshmen camp is July 8th - 12th
    • Full band camp with everyone here is July 15th - 26th
      • Times are 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
  • Baseball
  • Basketball
    • Boys and girls tryouts will be on May 23 from 12:30-2:00
  • Cheerleading
  • FFA
  • Football
    • Tryouts for freshmen football will be June 3-6 from 7:30-10:00
      • Practices will brighton baseball camp Monday-Thursday from 7:30-10:00 from June 3-June 20.
      • July practices are on July 8, brighton baseball camp, 10, 15, 17, 18, 22-25, and 29-31 from 10-11:30.
    • Tryouts for varsity football will be June 3-6 from 6:30-9:00
      • Practices will be Monday-Thursday from 6:30-10 am from June 3-20.
      • July practices are July 8, 10, 15, 17, 18, 22, 23 brighton baseball camp 6:30-10 am 
      • July 24, 25, and July 29-31 from 8:00-10:00 am
      • August 1 practice time is TBA
  • Golf
    • Tryouts will be July 9 at 8 am at Forrest Hills Golf Course.
  • Soccer (Girls' team)
    • Tryouts are May 28-31 from 4:00-6:00
  • Softball
    • Tryouts for current BHS students will be May 29 from 3:00-5:00
    • Tryouts for upcoming freshmen will be May 30 from 5:30-7:00
  • Volleyball
    • Tryouts are May 30 from 3:00-5:00
  • Cross country team tryouts will not be until the first week of school.
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D-BAT Detroit

D-BAT Baseball & Softball Academies are a cut above the rest. Here's what to expect when you visit our facility!

14,685 Square Foot Facility

Our indoor, climate-controlled, brighton baseball camp, facility lets you workout regardless of the weather!

8 Batting Cages

Our cages throw REAL baseballs and softballs, so you get REAL batting time in!

Professional Instructors

Our instructors don't just know baseball and softball - they live and breathe it.

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We keep up-to-date so that you are getting the best experience possible.

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Party options range from DIY to All Inclusive - find the right fit for your budget.

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Members get discounts on lessons, camps and even merchandise in our Pro Shop.

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Skyhawks Clinics

Skyhawks Sports Programs

Skyhawks provides a safe, fun, non-competitive environment to teach sports to children ages 4 to 14. These programs are designed to give each child a positive introduction into sports and ensure they walk away with a smile on their face wanting to learn more. Their knowledgeable and patient staff use a variety of games and activities to give each athlete an overview of brighton baseball camp sport while building valuable skills. SInce 1979, Skyhawks has taught over two million boys and girls life skills through sports, such as teamwork, respect, and sportsmanship.

For any questions or to register for any of the camps below please visit www.skyhawks.com/colorado or call 303-222-8039

Indoor Volleyball

All aspects of volleyball are taught through drills and exercises that focus on passing, setting, hitting and serving. Our coaches will assist in developing fundamental skills through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages.

AgeDateTimeLocationCost
7 - 14June 2-49 AM - 12 PMBrighton Recreation Center$75

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Mini Hawk (Baseball, Basketball, Soccer)

This baseball, basketball, and soccer program gives children a fun and positive first step into athletics. Through games and activities, campers explore balance, hand/eye coordination, and skill development at their own pace.

AgeDateTimeLocation Cost
4-7June 12-189 AM - 12 PMBrighton Recreation Center$125

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Flag Football Fueled by USA Football

Skyhawks flag football is the perfect program for your young athletes who want a complete introduction to America's Game or for those who simply want to brush up on their skills in preparation for league play. Through our 'skill of the day' campers will learn skills on both sides of the ball including the core components of passing, catching, and de-flagging or defensive positioning - all presented in a fun & positive environment. The week ends brighton baseball camp the Skyhawks Sports Bowl, giving participants a chance to showcase their skills on the gridiron!

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6-12June 28- July 29 AM - 12 PMBrighton Recreation Center$125

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Indoor Basketball

This fun, skill-intensive program is designed for beginning to intermediate players, brighton baseball camp. An active session of passing, shooting, dribbling, and rebounding makes this one of our most popular programs. Our basketball staff weatherford basketball tournament also focus on respect, teamwork, and responsibility. 

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Brighton

    Multi-Sports Summer Camps

    Get ready for FUN! We have lots of fun camps offered pacers mini basketball summer including Multi-Sports, Basketball, Soccer, Baseball, and Flag Football to name a few!

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    Youth Sports Clinics

    We have instructional sports clinics, fun sports leagues, and open play for the littlest ones.

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    Adult Basketball Leagues

    Our Adult Leagues are competitive and fun. Featuring leagues for both men and women. Will you lead your team to glory?

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    Viking Ninja Warrior

    Viking created a variety of Ninja Warrior obstacles geared around agility, strength, and balance. When put together, brighton baseball camp, they make a diverse Ninja Warrior course that kids love to go through. Athletes will find themselves leaping from the ascending plyo boxes, bounding between quintuple steps, and even scaling the wall located in our ENORMOUS obstacle bounce house!

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    School Vacation Camps

    These camps are an indoor version of our awesome Multi-Sports Summer Camps. We even now offer a Basketball Camp during these breaks. We offer camps for every School Vacation (December, February, March, and April Breaks), and every One-Day School Holiday.

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    General

    Partnered with the Brighton community for over 28 years, Viking is excited to offer youth sports clinics year round, school vacation camps, sports leagues, and our popular Multi-Sports Summer Camp throughout the summer. No matter what program your child takes, our goal is to make sure your child enjoys the class or the camp. Brighton residents are able to enjoy the convenient locations of our programs in town as well in nearby Brookline and Chestnut Hill.

    Summer Camp

    This summer is BIG! It is our 28h year anniversary and we could not be any more excited for the 28th iteration of our popular summer camps. Since the last whistle was blown to conclude our 2020 summer camp, we have been working tirelessly to make 2021 an unforgettable summer camp experience for your child.

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    Clinics

    Our clinics are instructional classes meet once a week and last for a 6-8 weeks. Our staff follow an age appropriate curriculum that keep kids engaged and entertained, while learning a new sport.

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    Open Play

    This drop in and play time is a great way for kids to burn off all of that endless energy. Play in our space, use our equipment (balls, tunnels, bounce houses, brighton baseball camp, etc.), and have a great time. Open Play is for kids aged 6 months to 5 years old. It is designed to be a free-form and unstructured setting. No shoes are allowed in the play space. All kids must be accompanied by an adult.

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    Programs Offered

    The following programs are available to all Brighton residents:

    SUMMER CAMPS

    • Multi-Sports Camp
    • Soccer Camp
    • Baseball Camp
    • Flag Football Camp
    • Basketball Camp
    • Soccer Academy
    • Pre-K Half-Day Multi-Sports Camp (Age 4 Only)
    • Preschool Half-Day Multi-Sports Camp (Age 3 Only)
    • School Vacation Multi-Sports Camp (December Break, February Break, and April Break)

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    SPORTS CLINICS

    • Soccer Clinics
    • Baseball & T-Ball Clinics
    • Flag Football Clinics
    • Basketball Clinics
    • Floor Hockey Clinics
    • SNAG Golf Clinics
    • Multi-Sports Clinics
    • Advanced Level Clinics For All Sports
    • Viking Ninja Warrior Clinics

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    SPORTS LEAGUES

    • KinderKickers Soccer League (Ages 5 & 6)
    • Winter Indoor Soccer League (Grades 1 & 2)
    • Winter Indoor Soccer League (Grades 3 – 5)
    • Adult Basketball League (Men’s Basketball League & Women’s Basketball League)
    • Adult Soccer (Co-ed Soccer & Women’s Only Soccer Available)

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    Browse All Brighton Area Programs

    Program Locations

    LOCATIONS

    Brookline High School (66 Tappan St.) – Our Summer Sports Camps and School Vacation Camps are held at the Brookline High School, brighton baseball camp. Viking is fortunate enough to have access to the entire Cypress Field and Tappan St. Gymnasium Sports Complex. Cypress Field is the large sports field in the center of the Brookline High School complex. The field space alone has two full-size baseball diamonds and a regulation size football field (or soccer pitch). We also have access to the many regulation size and miniature soccer goals on site. This space allows us to play many different sports and games and split into multiple groups. The field is located next to the Cypress St. Playground which also allows us access to the outdoor basketball court and water park. The Brookline High School is located about two blocks off of Rt. 9 and is just off of Cypress St. Not only is this location perfect for Brookline residents and the surrounding communities, but it is great for any parent who commutes into the city and needs an easy drop-off for their child’s camp. There is plenty of free parking (two parking lots, plus either brighton baseball camp of Tappan St., Greenough St. and the left side of Davis St.) and it is also on the MBTA Green Line (D-Line Brookline Hills Stop). On inclement weather days (rain or excessive heat), we have access to the entire Tappan Gymnasium Complex, located at the same location. The complex consists of two full-size gymnasiums, a top-floor pavilion (which is the size of three full size basketball courts in one enormous open room!) and many large multi-purpose rooms. We also use this indoor complex for our School Vacation Sports Camps.

     

    The Soule Recreation Center & The Soule Gym is located at 652 Hammond St in Chestnut Hill. This is a beautiful location that is situated in a very peaceful, wooded part of Chestnut Hill. For outdoor programs, we use the field next to the gymnasium by the tennis courts. For indoor programs, we use the Soule Gym, the entrance faces away from Hammond St (towards the upper level soccer field). The Soule Recreation Center is located just off of route 9 near the brand new Star Market. There is extra parking for this location at 436 Heath St.

     

    The Viking Activity Center – Viking’s brand new home for all things sports at 143 Cypress St. It is just off Rt.9 and two doors down from the ACE Tickets. For leagues, this is the perfect location for exciting, high energy, small-sided sports. For clinics, it is an excellent spot for learning new skills and techniques. The location features a great viewing area for the parents and is conveniently located next to the Rifrullo Cafe if you need a quick cup of coffee or a snack!

     

    Waldstein Park (aka Dean Rd Park, Waldstein Playground) – This beautiful and newly renovated park is located near the corner of Dean Rd. & Beacon St. The park is located on Dean Rd. opposite the Beaconsfield T-stop (MBTA Green Line, D-Line). It is also about a five minute walk from Cleveland Circle if you are heading inbound on Beacon St. This park’s amenities include a baseball diamond, soccer goals, running track, basketball court, and water park. All amenities are brand new and parking is very convenient as there are multiple options for parking on Dean Rd., Clinton Path, and Strathmore Rd.

     

    Winthrop Park (aka The Minot Rose Garden) – this park is located by the corner of St. Paul St. and Freeman St. It is three blocks down from the large Holiday Inn on the corner of St. Paul St, brighton baseball camp. and Beacon St. towards Commonwealth Ave. The field we use is the large fenced field next to the playground and rose garden. It is an excellent location that is centrally located in Brookline.

    Schools Served

    In Brighton, children from the following public schools, private schools, and pre-schools participate in Viking Sports Programs, Sports Clinics, Sports Camps, and Leagues:

    • Allston-Brighton High School – St Gabriel
    • Bais Yaakov Of Boston High School
    • Edison K-8 Elementary School
    • Jewish Community Center Pre-School
    • Kennedy Day
    • Little Sprouts – Brighton
    • Mount Saint Joseph Academy
    • Our Lady Of The Presentation
    • Shaloh House Hebrew Day School
    • St. Columbkille Partnership School
    • St. E’s Children’s Center
    • Winship Elementary School
    • Yal Day New Center
    • Yal-Day New Day Care

    Private Lessons

    Viking Sports private lessons are a great opportunity for your child to focus attention in a sport of their choosing.  Our coaches have extensive knowledge in many of the traditional sports, and through our private lessons, your child will build confidence, understand important aspects of gameplay, and learn the skills necessary to be the best of the best on the field, court, or pitch.

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    PISTONS ACADEMY HOLIDAY CAMP

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    DECEMBER 20-23: Pistons Academy Holiday Camp at Franklin Athletic Club in SOUTHFIELD
    Boys & girls entering grades 3-9
    Days: Monday-Thursday
    Times: 10am-3pm 
    Location: 29350 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI 48034
    Camp Type:INDOOR
    Format: All skill levels welcome
    Cost: $210
    Registration:Holiday Camp at Franklin Athletic Club

    DECEMBER 23: Pistons Academy All Girls Classic at the Pistons Performace Center
    Girls grades 5-8All Girls Classic Flyer
    Day: Wednesday
    Times: 2pm-6pm
    Location: 626 Amsterdam St. Detroit, MI 48202
    Camp Type:INDOOR
    Format: All skill levels welcome
    Cost: $75
    Registration:All Girls Classic at the Pistons Performance Center

     

    HEALTH & SAFETY

    The health and well-being of our Pistons Academy participants remains our top priority. Following guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS), and the Michigan Department of Licensing & Regulatory Affairs (LARA), we have adopted numerous health and safety protocols to help ensure a safe camp experience for all participants.
    Please thoroughly review these health & safety protocols prior to registering and attending camp this summer. Camp protocols will continue to be monitored and may be adjusted based on the latest orders and guidance issued by federal, state and local authorities. Under current CDC guidance and recommendations for indoor youth sports/K-12 schools, masks are still required at all Pistons Academy indoor camps.
    *Note: In the event a camp is cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, all registered campers will receive a full refund. 

    INFO: COVID-19 PROTOCOLS & SAFETY STEPS (2021)

    For questions regarding summer camps, please email us at academy@pistons.com.

     

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    Adaptive Sports Program

    Adaptive Sports - Adaptive Baseball Camp

    About Our Program

    The Adaptive Sports Program at Franciscan Children’s provides children with special needs the opportunity to participate in sports and active recreation in a fun and safe environment. The Program promotes the learning of new skills, social opportunities and moderate to vigorous physical activity to maintain and improve health and fitness.

    Due to the ongoing pandemic, we are sorry to announce that we are unable to hold Fall and Winter camp sessions in 2020.

    For the safety of our campers, patients, families, and staff, brighton baseball camp, Adaptive Sports camps will not be able to resume until Brighton baseball camp has reached Phase 4 of reopening, which will be effective upon the development of vaccines and treatment for COVID-19. Our programs have always focused on hands-on learning from trained brighton baseball camp, which would not be possible with the physical distancing and other guidelines currently in place for our protection.

    We are monitoring the situation closely as it evolves, and we’re in communication with local and state governments as well as other healthcare organizations regarding best practices as we move toward our new normal. We will send out another notice concerning the reopening of Adaptive Sports camps when Massachusetts enters Phase 4.

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    All the best and stay well,

    Franciscan Children’s

    Sports Offered

    Baseball / Soccer

    Adaptive Baseball & Soccer Camp: Camp sessions run for 2-3 hours/day for brighton baseball camp week. Children will participate in a variety of baseball and soccer activities.  For baseball we utilize batting Ts and soft balls and focus on basic throwing, catching, batting, and running/wheeling skills. For soccer we utilize oversized soccer balls adapted game rules and passing, dribbling and shooting drills. Children are grouped according to their age and abilities.

    Dates:   August 5-9, 2019

    Session 1: 8:15am-10:15am for ages 4-12 who require a shorter session and one to one assistance. Program Cost: $50

    Session 2: 10:30am-12:30pm for ages 13-22 who require a shorter session and one to one assistance. Program Cost: $50

    Session 3: 1:15pm-4:15pm for ages 6-18 who can tolerate a longer session and can follow complex directions in a group setting in complex group activities. Program Costs: $75

    Location:  Franciscan Children’s in Brighton – outdoors weather permitting or in our gym

    Program Staffing:  Therapists from Franciscan Children’s direct program activities.  Children are paired with college students studying physical therapy, occupational therapy or other related fields so there is a 1:1 child to staff ratio for the morning sessions and a 2:1 child to staff ratio for the afternoon session.

    Preregistration is required for all programs: For more information, please contact info@FranciscanChildrens.org

    Bicycling

    Adaptive Bike Camp: Camp sessions run for 2-3 hours/day brighton baseball camp one week.  We utilize adaptive bicycles and specialized training wheels

    Week 1: August 12-16, 2019

    Week 2: August 19-23, 2019

    Session 1: 8:15am-10: 15am for kids age 4-11 who require shorter session and additional support. Program Cost: $50

    Session 2: 10:30am-12:30pm for kids age 12-22 who require shorter session and additional support. Program Cost: $50

    Session 3: 1:15pm-4:15pm – kids age 6-18 who can tolerate longer session and more complex group activities. Program Cost: $75

    Location:  Franciscan Children’s in Brighton – outdoors weather permitting or in our gym

    Program Staffing:  Therapists from Franciscan Children’s direct program activities.  Children are paired with college students studying physical therapy, occupational therapy or other related fields so there is a 1:1 or 1:2 child to staff ratio.

    Ice Skating and Hockey

    Adaptive Skating: One hour per week for 9 weeks on Wednesdays from 4:00-4:50pm.  We use equipment such as skate walkers and sleds. Helmets are brighton baseball camp. Rental skates are available at the rink at no charge to participants.

    Adaptive Learn to Play Hockey: One hour per week for 9 weeks on Wednesdays from 5:00-5:50pm. We will use skates or sleds for hockey. Hockey helmet with cage is required.

    Location: Warrior Ice Arena 90 Guest Street, brighton baseball camp, Brighton, MA 02135

    Dates:  Wednesdays, brighton baseball camp, September 18 to November 13, 2019

    Program Staffing:  Therapists and skating instructors direct program activities.  Children are paired with college students studying physical therapy, occupational therapy or other related fields so there is a 1:1 child to staff ratio.

    Program Costs: $100 for the 9-week program.

    Preregistration is required for all programs: For more information, please contact info@FranciscanChildrens.org

    Goals & Resources

    Program Goals

    The purposes of our Adaptive Sports Programs are:

    • To provide children with special needs with the opportunity to participate in sports and active recreation in a fun, safe environment
    • To determine the effectiveness of these programs and to contribute to galvin green brody golf windstopper guidelines on physical activity interventions for children with special needs
    • To provide training to students and rehabilitation professionals on implementing and developing active recreation and sports activities for children with special needs

    Specific objectives of the programs are to provide an opportunity for children with special needs:

    • To learn sport-specific skills such as skating, playing baseball, and riding a bicycle or adaptive tricycle
    • To socialize and engage in active play with other children their age
    • To get moderate to vigorous physical activity and to maintain and improve their health and physical fitness

    Resources

    Adapted Tricycles:

    The following local sites provide assistance with determining the type and size adaptive tricycle:

    Adaptive Sports in the News

    Adaptive Sports and Fitness Journal Articles

    • Fragala-Pinkham M, O Neil ME, Lennon N, Forman JL, Trost SG. (2015 – epub) Validity of the OMNI rating of perceived exertion scale for children and adolescents with cerebral palsy. Dev Med Child Neurol. Jan 27. doi: 10.1111/dmcn.12703.
    • Rowland J, Fragala-Pinkham MA, Miles Brighton baseball camp, O’Neil ME, brighton baseball camp. (2015) Scope of Pediatric Physical Therapy Practice in Health Promotion and Fitness for Youth with Disabilities. Pediatr Phys Ther; 27(1):2-15.
    • Fragala-Pinkham MA, Smith HJ, Lombard KA, Barlow C, O’Neil ME. Aquatic aerobic exercise for children with cerebral palsy: a pilot intervention study. Physiother Theory Pract. 2014 Feb;30(2):69-78.
    • Balemans Ila penfold equestrian, Fragala-Pinkham MA, Lennon N, brighton baseball camp, Thorpe D, Boyd RN, O’Neil ME, Bjornson K, Becher JG, Dallmeijer AJ. (2013) Systematic review of the clinimetric properties of laboratory- and field-based aerobic and anaerobic fitness measures in children brighton baseball camp cerebral palsy, brighton baseball camp. Arch Phys Med Rehabil.;94(2):287-301.
    • O’Neil ME, Fragala-Pinkham M, brighton baseball camp, Ideishi RI, Ideishi SK. (2012) Community-based programs for children and youth: our experiences in brighton baseball camp, implementation, and evaluation, brighton baseball camp. Phys Occup Ther Pediatr; 32(2):111-119.
    • Fragala-Pinkham MA, O’Neil ME, Bjornson KF, Boyd RN. (2012) Fitness and physical activity in children and youth with disabilities. Int J Pediatr; 162648. doi: 10.1155/2012/162648.
    • Fragala-Pinkham MA, O’Neil ME, Haley SM. (2010) Summative evaluation of a pilot aquatic exercise program for children with disabilities. Disabil Health J 3: 162-70.
    • Fragala-Pinkham MA, Haley SM, Goodgold S. (2006) Evaluation of a community-based group fitness program for children with disabilities. Pediatr Phys Ther, 18:159-167.
    • Fragala-Pinkham MA, Dumas HM, Boyce M, Peters CY, Haley SM. (2009) Evaluation of an adaptive ice skating programme for children with disabilities. Dev Neurorehabil, 12(4):215-223.
    Adaptive Sports and Active Recreation in Massachusetts

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