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Question: What Activities Are Suitable For People with Physical Disabilities?

This question comes from Phil in NY, USA:

“…I am soon to work with a group who have a wheelchair-bound guy in it and I’m trying to come up with an hour’s worth of activities that will allow him to take part and also keep the rest of the group engaged. Any help would be greatly appreciated…”

An extract of my response:

…Phil, yours is a good question, and for the most part, there are many, many group activities suitable for people with disabilities, too many to list here.

But, here are a few favourites of mine that are easily adaptable or already accessible for folks with disabilities (all of these can be found on playmeo‘s database):

Teambuilding & Problem-Solving Initiatives

 

And beyond initiatives, there are tons of fun, community-building games…

 

For an hour-long program, I’m guessing you have way more than enough just from this short list alone.

Have FUNN…

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Comments (1)

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