Calendar

May 2021

Dare2tri

All Ages & All Levels with Physical Disability or Visual Impairment

Multisport Clinic

May 15th – Highland Park, IL

Multisport Clinic has been a Dare2tri staple for 10 years, giving athletes of all ages and abilities the opportunity to brush up on their swimming, biking, and running skills. Dare3tri’s 2021 clinic will be held outdoors and centered around adaptive cycling and running/pushing. That means no swimming this year — but participants can still expect a fantastic training experience, whether they’re new to paratriathlon or just want to get fired up for the upcoming triathlon season.

Hydrocephalus Association

For Patients & Families

Webinar: Moving from Pediatric to Adult Care: Are you Ready?

May 20th, 6-7pm CDT

Turning 18 is a big deal for both teens and their parents. It’s that milestone birthday where a teen becomes a legal adult and in charge of many parts of their life, including their medical care. But life out in the adult healthcare world is really different than in the pediatric world. Join Dr. Brandon Rocque and Amanda Garzon to see where your family stands on the checklist to your teen taking over their medical care so teens can move on and out (of the house) with confidence. Teens, bring your parent(s) and vice versa! This is meant to be an interactive discussion.

June 2021

Hydrocephalus Association

For Physicians & Researchers

Webinar: Role of the Ventricular Lining in the Development of Hydrocephalus and Potential Drug Targets

June 8th, 6-7pm CDT

Join Dr. David Limbrick from Washington University in St. Louis to learn more about his research on how the cells that line the ventricles may contribute to multiple types of hydrocephalus, including congenital hydrocephalus and posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus. Dr. Limbrick’s research has led to the discovery of a new drug target that his lab is currently testing.

July 2021

Dare2Tri

Youth, Ages 6-21 with Physical Disability or Visual Impairment

Kids Tri Camp

July 13th & 14th – Chicago, IL

Kids Tri Camp is open to youth, ages 6-21, with a physical disability or visual impairment. The daily activities will provide kids with an incredible opportunity to learn how to swim, bike, and run in a fun, relaxed environment that lets kids be kids.

All of Dare2Tri’s coaches are highly qualified in their areas of expertise and work with each participant to build confidence and skill. There are multiple volunteers and mentors available to support kids during their time at the camp. Kids will learn open water swimming, cycling, running/pushing, triathlon transition, nutrition, and more.

May 2021

Dare2tri

All Ages & All Levels with Physical Disability or Visual Impairment

Hydrocephalus Association

For Patients & Families

Multisport Clinic

May 15th – Highland Park, IL

Multisport Clinic has been a Dare2tri staple for 10 years, giving athletes of all ages and abilities the opportunity to brush up on their swimming, biking, and running skills. Dare3tri’s 2021 clinic will be held outdoors and centered around adaptive cycling and running/pushing. That means no swimming this year — but participants can still expect a fantastic training experience, whether they’re new to paratriathlon or just want to get fired up for the upcoming triathlon season.

Webinar: Moving from Pediatric to Adult Care: Are you Ready?

May 20th, 6-7pm CDT

Turning 18 is a big deal for both teens and their parents. It’s that milestone birthday where a teen becomes a legal adult and in charge of many parts of their life, including their medical care. But life out in the adult healthcare world is really different than in the pediatric world. Join Dr. Brandon Rocque and Amanda Garzon to see where your family stands on the checklist to your teen taking over their medical care so teens can move on and out (of the house) with confidence. Teens, bring your parent(s) and vice versa! This is meant to be an interactive discussion.

June 2021

Hydrocephalus Association

For Physicians & Researchers

Webinar: Role of the Ventricular Lining in the Development of Hydrocephalus and Potential Drug Targets

June 8th, 6-7pm CDT

Join Dr. David Limbrick from Washington University in St. Louis to learn more about his research on how the cells that line the ventricles may contribute to multiple types of hydrocephalus, including congenital hydrocephalus and posthemorrhagic hydrocephalus. Dr. Limbrick’s research has led to the discovery of a new drug target that his lab is currently testing.

July 2021

Dare2Tri

Youth, Ages 6-21 with Physical Disability or Visual Impairment

Kids Tri Camp

July 13th & 14th – Chicago, IL

Kids Tri Camp is open to youth, ages 6-21, with a physical disability or visual impairment. The daily activities will provide kids with an incredible opportunity to learn how to swim, bike, and run in a fun, relaxed environment that lets kids be kids.

All of Dare2Tri’s coaches are highly qualified in their areas of expertise and work with each participant to build confidence and skill. There are multiple volunteers and mentors available to support kids during their time at the camp. Kids will learn open water swimming, cycling, running/pushing, triathlon transition, nutrition, and more.