ATHLETES WITH DISABILITIES NETWORK NORTHEAST CHAPTER is dedicated to creating awareness and offering mentoring and opportunities for local athletic, recreational and education activities for those with physical disabilities, especially for veterans and first responders.
“There’s No Replacement for Competitive Spirit”
ADN Northeast runs mini clinics at various locations around the northeast area to introduce and train disabled athletes in sports such as tennis, archery, basketball, and gym workouts.
On Saturday, December 8th, they will hold a fund raiser 5k & 1 mile fun run/walk in Pennsauken, NJ.
Brooke Artesi, owner and CEO of Sunshine P&O and an avid athletics amputee, will be running. “ADN has a valuable mission for those with physical challenges and we’re proud to be a participant as well as a sponsor of this event.”
Brandon Holiday, Executive Director of ADN Northeast, is a former decorated police officer who was injured in the line of duty and due to medical complications, lost his left leg below his knee. He is a kayak instructor and was a member of the 2016 US National World Cup in Paracanoe for canoe kayak sprint. Brandon strives to assist the surrounding communities and grow the network of peer mentors that can help varied levels of veterans, police officers, and community members with disabilities. He is currently training for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. Visit his webpage https://www.brandonholiday.com/ to learn more.
Non-profits dedicated to promoting a better quality of life for those with physical disabilities inspire us. Our own mission at Sunshine Prosthetics & Orthotics, is to keep our patients moving, discovering and reaching their potentials.
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