My partner and I have been doing adaptive diving and teaching for a while now and as a few others amongst us, we’ve noticed a climbing trend in the number of instructors and assistants available. This is great, however, we’d really wish the number of active divers with a disability grew much much faster. SinceRead more about Adaptive Scuba; what, why, how?![…]
Ok so you’re new to this whole ‘diving thing’ or you are a diver that doesn’t get to go under as much as you may wish. You’ve booked your dives or your trip but you are not really sure what to expect or how to behave, or anything really ….
Lucky for all you newbies out there, the dive community is large, friendly and very social. So there will always be somebody around willing to give you advice and tips. Often even when you didn’t ask for any 🙂
When I tell people enthusiastically that I spent a large part of my time doing adaptive dive programs, people automatically assume this is for people in wheelchairs or amputees. But in fact most of the time, even without knowing, we work with people with a totally different type of ‘special’ need. And this is howRead more about A very important watch[…]
The phrase ‘scuba diving is for everybody’ is very popular in our industry. It is an opinion I personally do not share, but that is a whole other can of worms that needs its own post 🙂 So no, ScubSeaDaisy says scuba diving is definitely not for everybody, but those of you that have specialRead more about Diving with a disability – FAQ[…]
The activity of scuba is already very accessible for well able bodied people, much more than for instance any ball sports or athletics, so for a person with physical or slight mental disabilities scuba diving is actually not such a far fetched idea. The scuba programs offered here are all recreational levels according to IAHDRead more about Scuba Diving courses for people with disabilities[…]