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S2F & French Ski Schools help make ski holidays a reality for children & adults with a disability or special need

Skiing, Snowboarding and the mountains really are accessible to everyone. Ski 2 Freedom Foundation and French Ski Schools help make ski holidays a reality for children and adults with a disability or special need. Taking a child with a disability or special need on a family ski holiday can be a difficult undertaking. Often it is a time when an agonising decision has to be made – Do we leave our c…

Skiing with Cerebral Palsy in La Plagne Winter 2008-2009

Skiing with Cerebral Palsy in La Plagne 2008-2009 Shimmin Family took their first ski holiday with their children, one of whom has Cerebral Palsy. The following report is prior to the Family Shimmin contacting Ski 2 Freedom for information about a subsequent holiday. Background The vacation Plagne Centre was booked with the objective of taking my 15 year old son, Laurence, who is severely…

PRESS RELEASE Ski 2 Freedom's Beneficiaries and Oxygene Ski School

Oxygène Ecole de Ski (La Plagne) together with Ski 2 Freedom Foundation help make some dream holidays come true and bring a smile to the faces of some very special clients………. How did these dream holidays come about? Because, of a new partnership between several independent ski schools and Ski 2 Freedom Foundation. With the high standards, integrity and vision which form the essence of a group of ind…

Skiing with Cerebral Palsy from 2009 to 2018

Skiing with Cerebral Palsy: One of our early beneficiaries! An early beneficiary of Ski 2 Freedom Foundation was the Shimmin family from the UK. Their son, Laurence, was then aged 9 and his day-to-day life is affected by Cerebral Palsy. Catherine Cosby, of Ski 2 Freedom, first met the family in Val d’Isere when the charity was in its infancy. Since that time, when Laurence was in the sit-ski w…

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