Oasis Clothing Bank is an organization in Toronto which is enriching lives and improving communities across Toronto. The organization helps support and lend a helping hand to those who are on the road to recovery. All donated items collected are either given to participants who are involved in the Oasis Addiction Recovery programs who cannot afford simple necessities or sold to help fund the programs which are offered.
Last winter Aim2Walk collected donations and clothing for the diabetes association which is another great clothing bank here in Toronto. This year we have decided to share the love and give to the Oasis foundation. We will be collecting gently used clothing items for the month of December. New blankets, warm hats, mitts and coats are also in high demand. Please give generously and support those who need a helping hand.
Aim2Walk is an integrative and integrated Neurological Rehabilitation Centre.
Our unique and innovative programs applies specific clinical combinations of body work, robotics & technology and functional training. As well there is overall consideration to your general health & wellness.
We provide a free consultation and tour if you are interested in learning more about our clinic and the programs we provide. This video is a virtual tour of our facility and some of the technology which maybe integrated into your program. Each person’s therapy is very different from the next. It is important to us to use the appropriate technology and skills to adapt each treatment plan to be most effective for each individual.
Please enjoy this video and we look forward to hearing from you and answering any questions you may have.
A big thank you to our students Alana and Brittany for their hard work in capturing this video of our clinic.
Davion Resal has been a client at Aim2Walk for the past year and a half. His progress is outstanding due to his determination and hard work. When he first arrived at our clinic, he could not stand on his own and was exclusively using a wheelchair to get around. After re-learning to crawl, stand and take steps, he continues to work towards achieving his final goal to walk. With the help of a walker and AFO’s (ankle-foot orthosis) Davion is able to walk short distances; unfortunately, Davion does not have any movement so far in his lower legs and feet. He will continue to train and participate in physiotherapy, but has reached a plateau with his lower leg. Davion has decided to try a procedure in Panama involving Stem Cells to help regain more movement. This procedure is experimental however very important for science and the possibilities for many people with Spinal Cord Injuries. This procedure is not covered through health care and along with his travel expenses it will cost over $40,000. Davions’ family have started a GoFundMe fundraiser to help him with his goal to regain full movement in his legs. Please help Davion with this procedure and you could also be helping science evolve for many others living with spinal cord injuries.
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