Get Paid to Workout!

Posted September 15, 2020 by Adam in

WOWii Recruitment Flyer (KU)

Introducing a new WOWii program that is being implemented as part of the Kansas Disability & Health Program. This program is a 16-week online program focused on increasing physical activity for persons who have a mobility disability and use a wheelchair. Equipment and services are provided at no cost. There is also some financial compensation for the participant’s time.  It is an online program so no travel or in person meetings.

They are currently recruiting additional participants. People who are interested or would like additional information can contact Lyndsie Koon by email lyndsiek@ku.edu   or phone 785-864-1611!

Adam

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