The Jen Weigel Show
WLS-AM 890 Chicago
Diveheart volunteer, Ruthanne Aves, talks with Jen Weigel about making homemade masks for people who are visiting patients at the Shirley Ryan Ability Lab in Chicago!...
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Your Community Show
Diveheart, is a non profit organization that is driven by the generosity of passionate, hardworking volunteers. Tried and true, SCUBA therapy works.
With the help of caring individuals like yourself, Diveheart grows and so does the reach of our influence. If you’re...
Global Activism: Disability Therapy Through Scuba Diving - Interview with Diveheart's Tinamarie Hernandez
WBEZ 91.5FM / NPR
The organization Diveheart believes in the therapeutic value of scuba diving for people with physical disabilities. Since 2002, they have offered the thrill of weightlessness to people across the U.S....
Archdiocese of Chicago
Diveheart is a non-profit organization that uses scuba diving to help build confidence and self-esteem in children, adults and veterans with disabilities. Guests: Jim Elliott; Gabe Spataro.
Diveheart (with featured guest Rosemary Ciotti) - Radio Interview
Dive Into Life (WVOX Radio)
"Dive Into Life" is live every Thursday from 4-5 PM on 1460AM and worldwide at WVOX.COM. Join us and explore our deep "dives" into all that is life!
Listen at Dive Into Life/WVOX Radio...
Diveheart: Diveheart works to build confidence, independence and self-esteem in children, adults and veterans of all abilities through scuba diving, scuba therapy and related activities.
Diveheart’s founder, Jim Elliot, joins the Steve Cochran Show to talk about the incredible things that they are doing at Diveheart.
By Nancy Klingener - Aug 18, 2016
WLRN Miami/S. Florida
Gabriel Spataro was instrumental in placing an Italian statue, cast from the same mold as Genoa's Christ of the Abyss, in the waters off Key Largo.
That was in 1965. Recently Spataro revisited the statue, which is locally...
Jim outlines the objectives of Diveheart and shares his experiences of how diving has positively effected people with a variety of disabilities and of a wide range of ages. He explains how with adapted training and technology, how totally blind, partially sighted and deafblind divers...