Rolling through summer

The House of Wheels offered summertime fun for children and teens with disabilities.

By MIRIAM KATES LOCK
August 28, 2014 12:09
4 minute read.
Vacation

Campers have plenty of physical activity, including rappelling, diving, canoeing and horseback riding.. (photo credit: COURTESY BEIT HAGALGALIM)

 
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Summer vacation is a challenging time for parents, who often have to put together a hodge-podge of day camps, activities and babysitters for their kids while they’re at work. If a child is physically disabled, finding a good camp program that is appropriate for the child’s needs is an even greater challenge.

And when there is a war going on, the challenge may seem insurmountable.

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