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September 30th 2014:Trail Riding in Powell River for People with Mobility Challenge

CC Duncan and Raymond Lavoie founded The Powell River Mobility Opportunities Society, http://www.prmos.org, in 2010. They were inspired by beautiful landscapes and opportunities for outdoor activities in British Columbia, Canada. They talk about their lives, careers and experiences with family caregiving. They explain why they created the Society, and describe its work. They describe TrailRiders, the ways these are used, the types of trails these are used for, and the people who provide their human power. They discuss the types of mobility challenges TrailRiders serve and accommodate. They gi

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CC Duncan and Raymond Lavoie founded The Powell River Mobility Opportunities Society, http://www.prmos.org, in 2010. They were inspired by beautiful landscapes and opportunities for outdoor activities in British Columbia, Canada, to create an inclusive opportunity for everyone. Through the British Columbia Mobility Opportunities Society they were able to loan a Trail Rider to raise funds to purchase one for Powell River. They then began networking with other organizations for support and ideas, which resulted in donations from Powell River and other communities. By September 2011, they had purchased three TrailRiders. In May 2012 they launched Powell River Mobility Opportunities Society prog
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Raymond Lavoie

CC Duncan and Raymond Lavoie founded The Powell River Mobility Opportunities Society, http://www.prmos.org, in 2010. They were inspired by beautiful landscapes and opportunities for outdoor activities in British Columbia, Canada, to create an inclusive opportunity for everyone. Through the British Columbia Mobility Opportunities Society they were able to loan a Trail Rider to raise funds to purchase one for Powell River. They then began networking with other organizations for support and ideas, which resulted in donations from Powell River and other communities. By September 2011, they had purchased three TrailRiders. In May 2012 they launched Powell River Mobility Opportunities Society prog
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