Canoeing and kayaking for people with disabilities is written by Janet Zeller, a lifelong paddler with quadraplegia and developer of the adaptive paddling program for the American Canoe Association. The book informs outdoor professionals, paddling instructors, and recreation providers how to tailor paddling to each individual's abilities. Zeller covers accessibility law, an overview of how common disabilities interact with the sport, safety and rescue procedures, and more.
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