Kayaking

Canoes and kayaks are adapted as needed to compensate for any function the paddler has lost due to disability. While an adaptation may be made to the paddle grip or the seating support, the sport of paddling is not changed or adapted. Our Adaptive paddling programs are committed to providing full integration for anyone with a disability and the equipment, teaching style, and paddling locations that best meet the paddler’s needs. Bursaries area available for all ages to have access to our programs. Equipment purchases have been made possible thanks to the donations from the Township of Langley and Variety Children’s Charity.

Outriggers

 

One arm paddle:

Paddling with one hand, conserving energy is possible with this device, transferrable and adjustable. New paddling device for clients to paddle as independently as possible when living with conditions such as hemiplegia, neurological conditions, traumatic brain injury, upper body amputations. The device is also able to be used while wearing hand splints.

 

paddling device glove attachmentpaddling device one arm Paddling Device glove attachment and without all fingers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Special seating!

Getting in and out of the beach for Kayaking with special seating:

 

Transferring to Kayaks:

Seating Supports

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