Meet Me at the Mountain at New Dominion December 17

Coming to New Dominion Bookshop:

The following event is a repeat presentation by Mark Andrews at New Dominion.

Mark A. Andrews will present selections from his interactive, multisensory adventure

Meet Me At The Mountain

Thursday, December 17 at 5:30 PM

Come join Emerald Eagle and his six animal friends, each with differing abilities, as they go on an inspiring quest for adventure that changes their lives and most certainly will change yours. In pursuit of a common goal, the animal friends must confront a series of challenges while hiking, climbing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and downhill skiing. These activities test their friendship, courage, and teamwork while serving to unite them as they discover new independence along the way.

The first of its kind, Meet Me At The Mountain is a delightful story. Using an interactive multi-sensory approach, the MMATM education project was conceptualized and developed to educate you about how persons with differing abilities often do amazing things to overcome life’s many challenges.

Produced in four different formats, this inspirational story will be enjoyed by everyone!

Interactive DVD – Music Version

Interactive DVD – Sign Language Version

Illustrated Print Version

Illustrated Braille Version

Meet Me At The Mountain is Mark’s first children’s book and children’s education project. He is the Founder/Executive Director of Therapeutic Adventures, Inc. – a non-profit 501(c)(3) charitable education organization.

THERAPEUTIC ADVENTURES—the premier provider of adaptive outdoor programs and specialty services for persons of all ages with differing abilities – (physical and developmental) disabilities, chronic medical impairments, and other special health needs.

With close to three decades of service, TA is committed to providing greater access to adaptive outdoor recreation (Adaptive Snow Sports, Adaptive Water Sports, and Adaptive Wilderness Adventures).As one of the pioneer leaders in the adaptive outdoor industry, Mark has been designing and providing unique adaptive outdoor programs and improving outdoor accessibility for persons with differing abilities for close to three decades.

Mark has authored several publications and provided numerous workshops/training programs about safety, ethics, leadership development, service and volunteerism, environmental accessibility, adaptive equipment design, and other adaptive programming topics. Mark has served as a consultant for medical and rehabilitation centers, therapeutic education programs, universities, businesses and non-profit organizations nationally and internationally. Mark has received numerous awards for teaching and service. For his lifelong commitment to volunteer service, Mark received the coveted Jefferson Award – from the American Institute of Public Service.

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