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Fathers, Sons, and Baseball

Nov 4, 2016 5:14:00 PM / by Dave Kiley posted in accessibility, adaptive sports, wheelchair basketball, mobility, world series

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ABC Nation,

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Julia's Dream of a New Basketball Chair

Nov 3, 2016 11:54:25 PM / by Işıl Tanyeri posted in adaptive sports, wheelchair basketball, scholarship stories, adaptbelievecompete stories, wheelchair

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Congratulations to our youngest scholarship recipient of Fall 2016 session, Julia Palyok! 

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Our Spina Bifida Story- A mother's perspective

Oct 25, 2016 2:48:09 PM / by Işıl Tanyeri posted in wheelchair basketball, parenting, spina bifida, adapted sports

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Today is  World Spina Bifida Day!  As Team ABC Medical, we are excited to celebrate this important day by helping  build awareness for spina bifida and sharing some of the unique stories of families from all across our country. In this Q&A, originally published last year, we got to chat with Misty Schaff from Shelbyville, IN, who along with her husband Travis is raising 3 boys. The youngest of them, "the baby" of the family, is Kaiden, who is now 9. Kaiden was born with spina bifida.  

This is their spina bifida story. 

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There are Those who Want it to Happen and Then There are Those who Make it Happen- A Tribute to a Friend, Michael 'Shorty' Powers

Oct 11, 2016 5:31:46 PM / by Dave Kiley posted in adaptive sports, wheelchair basketball

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It’s taken me since July to be able to do this. This blog will be my very best attempt to capture the life and impact of one of my best friends who left a wake of influence that only Michael ‘Shorty’ Powers could achieve.

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How to Become a Paralympic Athlete

Sep 15, 2016 3:26:51 PM / by Işıl Tanyeri posted in adaptive sports, team usa, wheelchair basketball

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Former Paralympic Star, Dave Kiley, lists 5 key factors that makes an athlete – a Paralympic Athlete.

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When The Fat Lady Sings and You Know You Had Your Last Dance

Sep 2, 2016 7:09:14 PM / by Dave Kiley posted in adaptive sports, wheelchair basketball

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Yo Readers ! It’s been awhile. I had been really consumed with the end of my basketball season, end of my basketball life and the pursuit of a national championship.

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Ryan Martin Basketball Camp Does More Than Just Teaching Kids How to Play Wheelchair Basketball

Aug 16, 2016 11:50:18 AM / by Işıl Tanyeri posted in adaptive sports, wheelchair basketball

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Over the past few years, we have enjoyed working with community leaders to not only support their grassroots projects, but to also leverage their expertise in certain areas where we are not able to create programs  for the disability community on our own together.

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Now I Can See

Aug 5, 2016 4:50:58 PM / by Dave Kiley posted in accessibility, adaptive sports, wheelchair basketball

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Now I Can See

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U.S. Adaptive Athlete Spotlight

Jun 7, 2016 11:13:12 PM / by Işıl Tanyeri posted in bladder exstrophy, us paralympic team, adaptive sports, team usa, wheelchair racing, wheelchair basketball

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In the summer of 2015, during the Para Pan American Games in Toronto, a young athlete on Team USA caught our attention with his success in wheelchair racing. As we followed his athletic journey closer, we found out that he also played wheelchair basketball with the Para Spokane Jr. Team and traveled to Louisville for the NWBA Nationals. We were convinced this young athlete had a bright future ahead of him. We reached out to his family to learn more about his journey toward becoming the great athlete he is today. We are excited to share the story of Spencer Kimbro. 

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