Disability Series Part 5: Recreation

GUESTS: Timothy Shriver President and CEO, Special Olympics International Ann Cody Director of National Partnerships, Very Special Arts, Washington D.C. Former member, US Paralympic Team, wheelchair racing Vicki Lansen Assistant Editor, "Enable" magazine Senator Tom Harkin Primary sponsor, Americans with Disabilities Act Thanks to technological advances and civil rights disability laws, people with disabilities can enjoy a variety of recreational and leisure sports. Whether it's the Paralympic Games or summer sports camp, access to recreation can lead to active, fullfilling lives for those with disabilities. Join guest host Sean Collins for PART FIVE of our series: accessible sports and leisure activities in the disability community.

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