Check Out Our Summer Youth Programs

April 7, 2017

Summer is right around the corner, and Lakeshore has many aquatics, athletics and recreation programs and camps perfect for children with a physical disability or chronic health condition. Be sure to attend our youth parent meetings at the times below to learn more about our summer programs and receive registration forms. Summer Youth Parent Meeting (for […]

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Hammad and Zainab Connect and Compete Through Lakeshore Tennis

March 29, 2017

Dr. Hammad Aslam has always been a goal-oriented person. In May 2009, shortly after his college graduation he had his sights set on medical school but was involved in a car accident that caused a spinal cord injury and paralysis from the chest down. But with the help of his family and friends and a […]

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Lakeshore Tennis Opportunities

March 29, 2017

Interested in improving your tennis skills or picking up a racket for the first time? Whether you play standing or using a wheelchair, Lakeshore has many opportunities for you to play tennis this spring and summer. Paralympic Experience Tennis Clinic April 8, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Age 6 and up This free tennis clinic […]

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Jerry Allred’s Scale Back 2017 Success

March 22, 2017

At 57, Jerry Allred says, “It’s not always easy to stay active and healthy.” The veteran marathoner, wheelchair basketball player and coach, who has been using a wheelchair since 1976 when an accident with a drunk driver caused an incomplete spinal cord injury and partial paralysis, has always put a priority on physical fitness. But […]

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Summer Teen Volunteer Applications Available

March 1, 2017

Summer Teen Volunteer Program 2017 Applications Being Accepted Now! Lakeshore’s summer teen volunteer program runs June through August for teens ages 16 to 18 who have not graduated from high school. Once a teen has participated in our summer program, he or she is then qualified to volunteer year-round at Lakeshore Foundation. By volunteering at Lakeshore, […]

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