Skydiving might sound crazy to some, but for thousands who are paralyzed, it’s one of their favorite adrenaline rushes post-injury. Both paraplegics and quadriplegics enjoy the sport safely across the globe, and at 140 mph, it’s no wonder this thrill helps many “feel alive.”
While it takes a chunk of change to skydive, say between $150 and $250 (that airplane ride isn’t cheap), no other expensive adaptive equipment is needed to make it happen. Plus, that is a perfect example of how to use your Chapter Sports/Recreation Grant. If you’re not a licensed skydiver, you will go “tandem” and be attached to a licensed skydiver. Many paraplegics, and even some quads, however, undergo training to get a solo skydiving license.
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