Our 21st annual Day at the Lake, creates opportunities for individuals to get out of their wheelchairs and into the water to enjoy a day of water sports. A dedicated team of volunteers work together to help individuals with paralysis and other debilitating conditions experience the freedom of accessible water sports including water skiing, jet skiing and boating on Smithville Lake. This is a FREE event, but prior registration is required.
Event Contact: Jeanette Boucher 816-751-7710 or Jeanette.firstname.lastname@example.org
Time and Location: Friday, July 15, 2016 - 9am - 4pm
Crows Creek Landing - Smithville Lake
First priority is given to those with a spinal cord injury/disease.
Location: RIKC backyard in Midtown at 3011 Baltimore Ave. KCMO 64108
Event Tickets: Go on sale July 1st
Bacon-Fest KC is a place to sample bacon flavored everything, throw back a cold one, and listen to local live music.
This event raises funds to empower individuals with disabilities to reach their full potential by offering therapeutic and educational services for children at Children’s Therapeutic Learning Center (CTLC) and rehabilitation services for adults and children at the Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City (RIKC). Together we create a community where both children and adults with disabilities gain greater independence and brighter futures.
RIKC Volunteers and the staff from numotion are pleased to announce that we will be holding a Manual and Power Wheelchair Wash.
Time and Location:
10am to 2pm.
RIKC - 3011 Baltimore Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64108
Reservations are preferred by September 13th to have a chair washed and can be made by calling Lexie Humphrey at 816-751-7781 or email at email@example.com
Individuals of all abilities run, walk, stroll, and roll in celebration of their abilities and the strides our patients and clients have made to regain their independence following a debilitating injury or illness. An inspiring can’t miss fun event!
Time and Location: Saturday, October 8, 2016 - 8:30am-11:30am
Berkley Riverfront Park Kansas City, MO
Thank you for supporting the 6th Annual Ability Quest by sponsoring, registering, donating or volunteering!
The Rehabilitation Institute of Kansas City (RIKC) exists to help those we serve achieve greater independence at home, school or work, and in the community
RIKC Exists because of generous individuals just like you, help us continue the tradition of helping others.