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photo How We Play
By Curtis Craven
Texas Parks & Wildlife

Though most of the people in this short documentary are in wheelchairs, and one is blind, they are anything but handicapped. Playing tennis, snorkeling, whitewater canoeing, practicing karate, they are living proof that a disability can be a challenge, not an obstacle.

11 minutes
© 1992
Purchase $99 VHS
Order No. QA-092
ISBN (VHS) 1-57295-092-7
close captioned

Awards & Conference Screenings
TASH Media Awards
Council for Exceptional Children Video Festival

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To rent or purchase this film, please visit the Icarus Films website