Disabilities do not keep ski enthusiasts from slopes

The nonprofit Adaptive Ski Program in Santa Fe, N.M., teaches people with disabilities how to ski. A slider device is used for stand-up skiing on one or two skis with an outrigger or hand-held stabilizer. There also is mono-ski instruction for seated skiing with one ski, as well as bi-ski and dual-ski programs using two skis while seated.

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