2016 Red White and Snow wrap up
It never amazes us the passion, focus and care for everyone the National Ability Center touches every year.
THis year we were lucky enough to meet Missy Crowly who was born with spina bifida and has used a wheelchair for mobility since she was two years old, but she has never let anything get in her way.
At just four years old, Missy was on the slopes with the National Ability Center in a bi-ski and she didi't stop there.
The National Ability Center has not only been a gift for Missy, says mom Cindy, but
also a gift for her parents. “We have had the opportunity to form a community as
a result of being involved with the NAC. We have made friends who understand
our challenges and celebrations. The other participants, the instructors, the staff…
they have all become like family to us. Without the National Ability Center, not only
would Missy not be the person she is today, neither would her dad and I.”
Missy is a happy, outgoing girl with big dreams. “The NAC has
given Missy, and us, the ability to have hope for today and for the future. We see
a time when Missy can have even greater independence and this is thanks to the
National Ability Center.”
This is exaclty the reason why we fully support the NAC every year!