Skateboarding has become a popular sport around the world.
Unlike the past, skateboarding may not be recognised as a sport in my country but more parents are willing to let their children take up skateboarding courses.
Isabella took up skateboarding with an extremely positive attitude.
She had her skateboarding lesson at the Ambler Skateboard Academy.
She enjoyed performing tricks on the skateboard.
She had participated in a programme called ‘Get On Board’ that provided free skateboarding lesson for kids with special needs.
The programme aims to use skateboarding to improve the motor skills as well as social interaction that can build the self-esteem of kids with special needs.
Skateboarding is not simply a sport but a vehicle to help special needs children.
Read more about the programme if you are interested from their website.