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After a Parkinson’s diagnosis, Helen and Andy Leighton used Pickleball as a way to cope together.
For the Walkers, archery is more than just a sport. It’s a tradition spanning several generations, creating a legacy of success and priceless family memories learning to shoot together.
Doro Bush Koch & Tricia Reilly Koch share why we should strengthen our relationship to nature.
Were it not for walking, 82-year-old Karl- Heinrich Barsch would likely be in a wheelchair. Were it not for running, his wife, 84-year-old Terttu Barsch, would likely be dead. The Barsches are part of the irrefutable and growing body of evidence that proves the benefits of an active lifestyle.
One in four Americans live with a disability and it’s the mission of Canine Companions to help. Established in 1975, they are the largest non-profit provider of service dogs in the United States.
Rita values her independence, but at 91-years- old she occasionally needs help and desires companionship. She receives both from her friend Bobbi.