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Handicapped Scuba Association
Training Center Of New Jersey
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Look For The
Handicapped Scuba Association
Training Center Of New Jersey

At The Ocean Wreck Divers Scuba Fleamarket

Held At The:
Toms River Intermediate School SOUTH

1675 Pinewald Road Beachwood, NJ 08722


Handicapped Scuba Association
Training Center Of New Jersey

At The Ocean Wreck Divers Scuba Fleamarket
2013
HSA Volunteers Starting Younger

The Future Of HSA Is In Our Youth!

World’s Premier Marine Life Artist Wyland
Stops By The HSA Booth 2006 to wish us wel.
Please Visit Our Friend Wyland


Sean and Patrick
Take GrandPop Dave and GrandMom Eileen Swope
On a tour of the Ocean Wreck Divers Fleamarket


The
Handicapped Scuba Association
Training Center Of New Jersey

Teams Up With Project NEMO
And
The Albert Einstein Society.
We proudly announce the certification
of two more divers
Jen and Terry.


 

The Handicapped Scuba Association Of New Jersey
Awards Armand Zighand of Beneath The Sea
For His Outstanding Service And Continued
Support In Promoting Handicapped Scuba Diving

Armand Zighand



Click Below For Information On

No Barriers


 

Click Below For Information On

Breaking Free


Ms Wheelchair California
Susan Rotchy
Takes The Plunge


Stewart Snyder III Of HSA and Jeffery Boyd Salgo
of Aquarock Productions speak at the
2004 United Cerebral Palsy Conference In Boston Ma.
On The Sport Of Handicapped Diving


The
Handicapped Scuba Association
Training Center Of New Jersey

Makes The News!!


Drew Levinson, Correspondent CBS Newspath
Reports from Summit NJ on handicapped scuba
diving and the Breaking Free Documentary.


Stewart Snyder is presented the Frances Black Humanitarian Award in
Healthcare from Maryann Roper, CentraState Health Awareness Center Director

Friend’s Health Connection
November 2008

10th Annual Frances Black Humanitarian Award
in Healthcare

presented to

Stewart W. Snyder III
Health Educator and Scuba Diving Director
CentraState Medical Center

A master scuba diving instructor with the Professional Association of Diving Instructors and a Course Director with the Handicapped Scuba Association International, Mr. Snyder donates his time and skills teaching scuba diving to special needs populations at CentraState Medical Center. His classes are designed to be physically and mentally therapeutic for children and adults with conditions that affect motor and communication skills, such as autism, down syndrome, multiple sclerosis and cerebral palsy.

Stewart also works with severely wounded U.S. veterans from Iraq and Afghanistan, giving these heroes a sense of worth, ability, fun and purpose again.

Stewart explains that “Water gives us a freedom and empowerment over our bodies that can’t be experienced on land.” Scuba diving further improves the ability to follow directions and to communicate. It also strengthens social skills and builds self-confidence, which many children never developed and some of the adults had long lost.

Stewart Snyder is an exceptional individual who volunteers his time making people feel better about themselves, by teaching them to accomplish what they thought was beyond their capacity. He works to improve the quality of life for those around him and, in the process, helps them to live life to their fullest potential.


The Diver Of The Year Medal of Excellence is conferred for major contributions in public service, safety, science, environment, the arts, or education.

BENEATH THE SEA DIVER’S OF THE YEAR 2009
DR. GLENN EGSTROM – SERVICE, STEWART W. SNYDER III – SERVICE,
EDWARD A. BETTS – EDUCATION, LEE SELISKY – SERVICE,
DR. JOSE JONES – EDUCATION

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