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Photo of Dr. Leandra BediniDr. Leandra A. Bedini (Community and Therapeutic Recreation) received new funding from the City of Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department for the project “The Adaptive and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) Program.”

The project requests Greensboro Parks and Recreation Department (GPRD) to hire a graduate assistant (GA) through the UNC Greensboro’s Department of Community and Therapeutic Recreation (CTR). This GA will provide greatly needed assistance to staff working in the Adapted and Inclusive Recreation (AIR) Program (formerly Mainstream Resources Unit) in areas of program development, grant writing, evidence-based research and new partnership opportunities to address the needs of youth and adults with physical disabilities. The establishment of this GA position benefits AIR and the citizens of the City of Greensboro because it will help AIR/GPRD move forward in meeting the recreation needs of all citizens with and without disabilities in the local community.


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