Touch the Future: AT Summer Camp for Educators & Related
Services July 29-August 2
Touch the Future, Inc 1655 East Greenville St, Medicus Building 2 Anderson, South Carolina 29621
Hands on Assistive Technology Summer Camp designed for Special Educators and
Therapists working in School Systems providing a full week to learn and
experience a variety of technology options available to help meet your
students’ educational needs. Opportunities to learn direct from the
manufacturers and area specialists. One week of hands on, cutting edge training to help further your knowledge and expertise while also fulfilling CEU requirements. Give aways and more. (Lunch is included).
$250 full week (30 contact hours)
$60 per day (6 contact hours per day) *Priority to Weekly Campers. Registration for daily to open in July.
Monday, July 29th
830-1130Low Tech to Hi Tech Communication Solutions & Supports
1230-330Don Johnston Solutions
Touch the Future Downtown Celebration-- IT'S ELECTRIC!!!
MORE INFORMATION TO COME
Sponsorship opportunities available.
2012 Downtown Celebration Poster
Tour de LaFrance Labor Day Omnium = USA Cycling & US Handcycling (Labor Day Weekend 2013)
the Future Charity "Pimp my tryke" Pedal Racer, Matt Schell---please
sponsor Matt and Touch the Future of lives today. Noon--Saturday, August
Touch the Future Dunking Booth--Dunk the Mayor, County
Administrator, Council members and more as part of the Tour de LaFrance
& Celebrate Anderson festivities. Sat & Sun Aug 31st & Sep
1st 2013 --Noon to 6pm
June 1 & 2, 2013 Dolly Cooper ADA Kayak Launch Anderson County, South Carolina
USQRA Atlantic Sectional Tournament
The United States Quad Rugby Association is excited to announce the 2012-2013 post season. A buildup of 5 months of tournaments and invitationals will culminate with the National Championships in Louisville, Kentucky.
"This is the 25th anniversary of the association here in the states and we are planning a celebration for athletes and fans", said James Gumbert USQRA commissioner. "With the level of competition growing each year, we are expecting a close race for the Division 1 and 2 titles" he said.
The national championship returns to Louisville KY, while the sectional qualifiers feature first time hosts West Lafayette, IN and Anderson, SC. The awarding of hosts occurred in November 2012 and offers these new communities exposure to the hardest hitting wheelchair sport in the world.
The USQRA is a non-profit organization, for more information go to www.quadrugby.com.
The USQRA Atlantic Quad Rugby Championships will be held March 1-3, 2013 at the Anderson Recreation Center in Anderson, South Carolina. Touch the Future, Inc. and the Carolina Crash, sponsored by Carolinas Rehabilitation’s Adaptive Sports & Adventures Program (ASAP) in Charlotte, NC, have partnered to host the top eight teams from the East Coast for a weekend that is sure to bring the best action ever. Sandy Hanebrink, Tournament Coordinator states, "It is an exciting time for Anderson to be the site of such an exciting event during the 25th Anniversary year of USQRA. The Quad Rugby tournament will bring awareness of wheelchair sports to our community and help us promote and grow our Paralympic Sports Club-SC Golden Corner programs." Come witness the most electric event of the year!