Adaptive Skiing


It is telling to look into the anxious faces waiting to be strapped into a sit-ski and hoisted onto a chairlift seat for the very first time. Intimidating, yes, for sure. Exhilarating, absolutely! I know, I did it too!

Thanks to all who came to the hills of Gatineau to enjoy a beautiful winter day. With the help of CADS (Canadian Adaptive Snowsports) many people returned to a sport they thought they would never do again, and others discovered sit-skiing and the slopes for the very first time. High fives for the enduring human spirit!

Burn Tucker Lachaîne was proud to sponsor Spinal Cord Injury Ontario’s Ottawa Ski Day again this year.

(Written by Deborah Davis of Burn Tucker Lachaîne)

By Burn Tucker Lachaîne LLP Personal Injury Lawyers on March 02, 2020
Tags: Community Involvement, SCI