It was all about enjoying the sun and the surf for a group of people who might experience a less fun-filled day at the beach, and two South Florida organizations made it all possible. People with disabilities got to experience something that many take for granted: a day at the beach. The Adaptive Beach Day, organized by the Sabrina Cohen Foundation and the Memorial Rehabilitation Institute in Hollywood, gave these special beach-goers the opportunity to partake of all kinds of activities they normally wouldn’t get to do.


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