New Inclusive Gym Model

Have you heard? I, Wesley Hamilton , and Disabled But Not Really (DBNR) have implemented an innovative gym model. It’s a gym that enables those with disabilities to work out alongside their loved ones. This hybrid model is the first of its kind, but we’re just getting started.

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The current gym model is stocked with equipment for adaptive athletes. But the next stage of our plan is to add make a gym that is completely inclusive and accessible. We want to add equipment with video displays featuring instructions in sign language for those with hearing impairments. And we are developing a partnership to make the gym accessible to the visually impaired.


We have found a perfect property for this fully inclusive gym. And there is even space to add adaptive baseball fields. So the plan is ready, but now we need a pool of funds. 


Feeling pumped yet? We’re so appreciative of your contributions to support our future adaptive athlete superstars. Thanks for your consideration.

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Wesley Hamilton 
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Kansas City, MO
The Disabled but not Really Foundation 
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