A New Water Park That Helps the Disabled 全球首座無障礙水上樂園任你行~
Everyone wants to cool down in the summertime, but for some, it is not that easy.
One of the best things to do in the summer is to go to a water park with your friends. It is a lot of fun to go on all the waterslides, relax in the lazy river, or play a game of water volleyball. This classic summer activity is almost perfect except for the fact that not everyone can enjoy the fun of water parks. People who are physically disabled or are in a wheelchair often can't go because many parks were not designed to be wheelchair accessible. One father set out to change all this by creating his own theme park for the disabled.
Gordon Hartman's daughter Morgan has special needs, so he built Morgan's Wonderland, a theme park for the handicapped in San Antonio, Texas. Recently, he added Morgan's Inspiration Island water park, so people who are handicapped can have fun in the water, too. What's more, many of the park's workers have special needs. They are there to help people or answer any questions that guests might have. Hartman has said the business is not about making money. Instead, it's about handicapped people being able to have a great time in the hot summer sun.