It is sometimes the smallest of things that creates the biggest divide between people. The inability to share a common pleasure, to participate in a game so many play at with little conscious effort; this can be all it takes to bring on the label of "different" and "strange", labels which keep people apart.
U CAN DO is a bridge across that gap. For the first time, individuals who previously could only participate in one of America's great past times as spectators, can play -- and compete -- as equals. In playing together, people on both sides of the divide -- young and old, men and women -- learn that despite physical differences, we are more alike than different, that we all experience the sense of challenge, of triumph, and of play much the same way.