An able-bodied Elijah Gallina, 5, from Langley, experiences what life in a wheelchair is like at the Day of Pos-Abilities event held in Langley City's Douglas Park.

An able-bodied Elijah Gallina, 5, from Langley, experiences what life in a wheelchair is like at the Day of Pos-Abilities event held in Langley City's Douglas Park.

(Update with slide show) Day of Pos-Abilities in Langley City

Event in Douglas Park designed to promote understanding, inclusion and enthusiasm about issues that are faced by people with disabilities



Saturday’s “Day of Pos-Abilities” in Langley City’s Douglas Park allowed people to experience the challenges of being in a wheelchair by navigating a maze.

The event, staged by the Langley Pos-Abilities Society is an annual showcase event designed to promote understanding, inclusion and enthusiasm about issues that are faced by people with disabilities, as well as showcasing solutions and opportunities that exist to oppose those issues.