UCP & U of M Host Family Adaptive Sports Fair in Ann Arbor on Oct. 6

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The United Cerebral Palsy of Michigan and the University of Michigan Comprehensive Care Center for Cerebral Palsy are hosting a Free Family Fun Fair on October 6 from 1-4pm at Washtenaw Community College in Ann Arbor to introduce adaptive sports and movement to children with disabilities. Demonstrations that day will include adaptive hockey, martial arts, bicycling, music therapy, and seated exercise.  There will also be family oriented lectures and an “ask the expert” station staffed by University of Michigan faculty, physicians, nurse practitioners, occupational therapists, researchers, and physical therapists.

For more information about this event, contact UCP Michigan at 517.203.1200. Click here for the flyer.

 

 

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