Archive for the 'Programs: Winter' Category

By Dominique Gatto At Vermont Adaptive, we like to get outside, we like to play and most of all we like to share our passion for adventuring the Green Mountains with others. Since partnering with Zack’s Place, we have been able to do just that.…

By Dominique Gatto It’s winter in Vermont, which is the perfect reason to get out of the classroom for a little bit of fresh air and hit the slopes. Learning outside of the classroom presents new and exciting challenges for students with disabilities, creating a…

When Mike Murphy returned to his home mountain of Sugarbush Resort in 2008 to celebrate the resort’s 50th anniversary, a simple four-day trip turned into a four-week stay—and then some. During that period when he was “visiting,” he discovered the resort’s Cabin Cat Adventures—one of the…

In 2012 at just 21, Martha Stewart (yes, the Martha Stewart) awarded Emily Cioffi with top honors in the “Quest for the Best” national birthday cake contest on NBC’s Today Show. “Someone I made a cake for submitted my cake,” said Cioffi. “They narrowed it…

By Cori Ward, Vermont Adaptive Guest Blogger, student at the University of Vermont (For one of Cori's classes this past semester, she had to do an "observe" blog for a day in the life assignment. This is her experience one cold, windy VERY early morning…

By Hunter Hedenberg, guest blogger Every Sunday afternoon, Vermont Adaptive Race Team athletes, volunteers and Coach Norm Staunton run through race gates to practice for the real deal races. The entire season culminates for most of our athletes with the Special Olympic Vermont Winter Games…

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