Scuba diving helps people with disabilities realize potential
September 2, 2016
To develop confidence and self-esteem among children and adults with disabilities, a non-profit organization called Diveheart in the US provides and supports educational scuba diving as a tool of therapy.
Founded in 2001 by Jim Elliott, the Diveheart Foundation hopes to build a positive spirit among all its participants and allow them to experience freedom from the challenges of life.
The founder Elliott found inspiration from his blind daughter who felt empowered and happy when she learned new skill like skiing.
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