Achieving Abilities provides Exercise Physiology services to children, adolescents and young adults living with a chronic health condition, disability, disorder, or other difficulty.
This younger population are often limited in their ability to participate in exercise and physical activity. This may be due to real, or perceived, limitations imposed by their condition. Unfortunately, this puts them at risk of a multitude of additional health conditions associated with physical inactivity and a sedentary lifestyle. However, for many conditions, exercise can often play a key role in helping to improve quality of life, create a sense of normalcy, help to manage or treat the condition, and help combat the negative impact on health associated with being physically inactive.