Abilities Adventures camp empowers patients to thrive after traumatic injuries

This summer camp is giving kids like 11-year-old Selbin Garcia experiences that can last a lifetime.


Selbin Garcia, 11, is learning to adapt to his prosthetic leg through physical therapy.

His right leg was amputated two years ago after a cancer diagnosis. Now, he's in good health.

"I’m starting to learn how to run," Garcia said. "I’m starting to learn many things I can do with my prosthetic. There’s many thing I can start doing this day on."

Garcia's confidence was given a boost after attending an Abilities Adventures camp in Utah.

The camp gives patients living with traumatic injuries socialization and experiences that empower them.

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