Special Service School District receives adaptive tricycle

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From left, Josh Brion, physical therapist Lauren Rossi, Michael Torcasio, Jermaine Stanley, Frances Velez, Paul DiAngelis, Superintendent Barbara Makoski, Haleigh Holmes, physical therapist assistant JoAnn Santoro, and Kass Fredericksdorf from the Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge No. 1896. From left, Josh Brion, physical therapist Lauren Rossi, Michael Torcasio, Jermaine Stanley, Frances Velez, Paul DiAngelis, Superintendent Barbara Makoski, Haleigh Holmes, physical therapist assistant JoAnn Santoro, and Kass Fredericksdorf from the Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge No. 1896.

CAPE MAY COURT HOUSE – The Cape May County Special Services School District recently received an adaptive tricycle, thanks to the Greater Wildwood Elks Lodge No. 1896 of North Wildwood.

“This adaptive tricycle allows various students to participate in fun, age appropriate activities while improving functional and gross skills, lower extremity strengthening, balance coordination and motor planning,” reads a statement from the school district.


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