Anthony Ferraro and Dan Mancina back after a short break. Life got in the way and a little busy and we we’re sad to say we had to let the pod fall to the side BUT we’re back and ready to stick to regularly scheduled programming. Thanks for being here. We love and appreciate each listener. As always one love and keep pushing. Call or text the Podcast Hotline at +1-908-349-1480

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More about Dan Mancina ► ⁠https://www.keeppushinginc.com⁠ 

Dan on Instagram: ⁠https://www.instagram.com/danthemancina/⁠ 

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Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► ⁠https://fundrazr.com/f1zZbe?ref=ab_6VqfaF2Sm6X6VqfaF2Sm6X⁠  

Keep Pushing Inc was founded by Dan Mancina, an accomplished skateboarder who happens to be blind. Dan also holds a Master's degree in Vision Rehabilitation Therapy (VRT), which helps to teach adaptive life skills to those dealing with vision loss. Keep Pushing is a non-profit that combines Dan's two passions by introducing the blind/visually impaired (VI) community to the inclusive culture of skateboarding. Through his own journey with vision loss, Dan has found the lack of accessibility in current skateparks.

The goal of his foundation is to build the first fully adaptive skatepark and to host skateboard workshops for the blind and VI using what he has learned on the skateboard and through his VRT training. Dan has teamed up with an experienced skatepark design company, New Line. Using New Line's design expertise and Dan's knowledge of adaptive skating to create the safest and most accessible skate park ever!

Using adaptive methods, such as increasing the size of obstacles, adding contrast to obstacles, tactile ground, auditory cues for echolocation, 3-D models, and a spacious layout. Once the facility is built Dan plans to host monthly skate workshops and skateboard lessons for local youth/adults who are blind and VI, annual adaptive contests to help push for skateboarding the Paralympics, as well as use park adaptations to influence future public skateparks. 

Again more on the Keep Pushing Adaptive Skatepark ► ⁠https://fundrazr.com/f1zZbe?ref=ab_6VqfaF2Sm6X6VqfaF2Sm6X⁠

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00:00 - intro

00:15 - episode 106

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Podcast Intro & Outro done by Pete Gustin the Blind Surfer find out more at ► ⁠https://www.petegustin.com⁠

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