8-year-old Atticus Edwards may not be able to do any grinds, but he’s surely shredding it at the skate park.
Born with cerebral palsy in Sacramento, California, Atticus’ mother describes wheelchair skateboarding as her son’s chosen form of therapy. Due to his condition, Atticus doesn’t talk much – but if you watch the video above, he can’t help but let out a yell of excitement after his dad rolls him through the turns.
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“That was fantastic!” Atticus shouts with a smile.
Not only is the self-prescribed therapeutic activity fun, but it makes for great bonding time between Atticus and his father, Jared.
(WATCH the video above)