The Rob, Kat Mykals, and Ryan O'Bryan put their skills to the test at the annual Rehab Olympics hosted by Deaconess Health South on Covert Avenue in Evansville.

Each year, Health South invites teams from area businesses to compete in a variety of events designed to demonstrate the extra work that goes into every day tasks for those with disabilities that most of us take for granted.

This year's events included identifying colors on an iPad using your non-dominate hand (for example, using only your left hand if you're right-handed) to help illustrate how individuals who have suffered from a stroke have to process information; shooting at targets using a Nerf gun while navigating an obstacle course while also dealing with a physical impairment (inability to bend a knee, poor vision, etc.); and identifying objects by touch only.

See how we did in the video below.

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