Albertan helps people with disabilities and chronic illnesses fish again

it’s about the cam on the water in the excitement of feeling a tug on the fishing line and for many it’s about reliving something they thought they had lost to disability age or chronic illness fishing is in water it is very therapeutic to begin with people and I feel much more relaxed fishing Expedition with dreamcaster society and you not for profit organization based in Alberta he hasn’t been on a boat since being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease for years ago the founder of man from Northern Alberta has paid for dozens of people like to spend the day on the water he says it’s about sharing his love for fishing with others who might not otherwise be able to cast a line that’s like a little kid learn to walk like my God all the sudden that person just said that they haven’t done it in 30 years if they’ve ever done it and then Cooper I just I don’t know if that’s a good day Dupont expanded to Saskatchewan and Manitoba CBC News Edmonton
Albertan Tom Adams of the Dream Casters Society is helping people with illnesses and chronic disabilities cast a fishing line again.

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