From the Lonely Planet Accessible Travel Guide: This Hawaiian nonprofit, celebrating its 10th anniversary, provides community based programs for PWD to enjoy water activities – not just surfing, but also swimming, kayaking and paddling. From the Access Surf Facebook page: AccesSurf helps people with disabilities and their families to access the beach and ocean in a safe and therapeutic environment. On the first Saturday of each month at White Plains Beach, AccesSurf invites anyone with a disability to enjoy a free “Day at the Beach” with their ohana (family). Participants can explore their level of abilities by surf, swim, snorkel, or enjoy shoreline flotation.
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