DDI (Disable Divers International Organization) is aadapted to diving programs for people with disabilities so as to enable them to dive safely.
Diving for people with disabilities has proved to be beneficial both for social and physical
rehabilitation, as it allows them to interact due to the lack of gravity. As a result such barriers and disability restrictions disappear in the water with the right training and necessary equipment.
It is common knowledge that participation in regular leisure activities, which include physical exercise, is rewarded with better health, both physically and mentally. Diving is also a social sport and, therefore, can have a huge positive impact on people with disabilities, because as divers will have the ability to interact with each other.