Divers with Disabilities


We are proud to announce the official signing of our affiliation with the California based WAVES (Wounded American Veterans Experience Scuba) Project.  This incredible organization has a track record of tremendous success, using the platform of SCUBA, to help rehabilitate those injured while serving our country. Our new partnership will provide us the opportunity to […]

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The Ladies LIMB359


The photo above speaks for itself as these incredible young ladies from LIMB359, and some of their friends, recently experienced the thrill of diving.  Each participant was beaming from ear to ear as they discovered “the freedom of diving!”  But they’re not the only ones who loved the experience.  Read below and see how empowering […]

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The Current

Creating The Current

By Iris Ring, Technical Writer, PADI Americas Production of Make A Hero’s latest film project, The Current, heats up this quarter. Make A Hero, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, is producing the film to raise awareness of people with physical disabilities and illustrate the positive effects of movement through the ocean current on the psyche. Read […]

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Dive Buddy

The Great Equalizer: Bringing Diving To People With Disabilities

By Julie Taylor Sanders, International Training Executive, PADI Worldwide For some, scuba diving’s healing effects run deep.  Many people have experienced diving’s widely known positive effects, which are supported anecdotally and through science, as documented in past issues of The Undersea Journal… In the US, PADI Course Director and Physical Therapist Scott Taylor has years […]

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