SkateTherapy.org helping to provide therapeutic on-ice experience for individuals with disabilities

At SkateTherapy.org they work hard to make sure every student is cared for and grows as a skater and person. Aside from learning to skate, the non-profit program also allows special needs learners to use ice skating as a means for developing physical and social skills. Watch as Lauren Kelly chats with Kelly Otero, Director of SkateTherapy.org, and Kayla Leiber, on-ice Coordinator & Instructor more about this exceptional program.

HOUSTON – Therapeutic skating began in 2008 with the purpose of providing an on-ice experience for individuals with disabilities, with the idea of helping through skating.

At SkateTherapy.org they work hard to make sure every student is cared for and grows as a skater and person.

Aside from learning to skate, the non-profit program also allows special needs learners to use ice skating as a means for developing physical and social skills.

Watch as Lauren Kelly chats with Kelly Otero, Director of SkateTherapy.org, and Kayla Leiber, on-ice Coordinator & Instructor more about this exceptional program.


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