How to Use Trishaw Rides as a Means to Activate Service...

CWA recently engaged in an impact study of their movement. The program recognizes seniors as the primary beneficiary with the pilots serving as a secondary beneficiary. They sought to understand the impact on both of these beneficiaries. The impact presented here will focus on the youth pilot beneficiaries. To date, over 7,000 seniors have experienced trishaw rides. Much of this success is attributed to the youth pilots choosing to engage with CWA for their service-learning.

Keywords: seniors, service-learning, APRCSL, youth, Cycling Without Age, ageing, health.

Tags:Ageing and ElderlyCommunity BuildingHealth and Well-being

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