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On Sep 09, 2010In 2009, C.A.M.O. created the first program specifically for our returning female wounded warriors. Twenty females attended two retreat-style camps in the summer and winter in Aspen/Snowmass, Colorado. These retreats catered specifically to female soldiers, who represent one of the fastest-growing...Full Post
Can wounded warriors with severe cognitive and physical disabilities participate in adaptive recreation?
On Sep 09, 2010It is a fact that many service members returning injured from combat have suffered a massive amount of trauma. Blast injuries may result in multiple disabilities such as amputations and traumatic brain injuries. Another impact of the trauma may be heart attack and stroke. A large number have sustained...Full Post
What opportunities are there for wounded warriors to participate in therapeutic adaptive recreation?
On Sep 09, 2010Fortunately, there are an incredibly large number of therapeutic recreation and sports opportunities throughout the United States for our returning wounded warriors. Programs and events provide everything from water sports and alpine skiing to fly fishing and excursions down the Grand Canyon.