We also have a new Neurochangers logo !
This year we have made some new changes with our neurological centre Aim2Walk in Toronto. With many ideas and discussions regarding our name, we have decided to go ahead and change our name to Neurochangers. Our second location in Whitby is also named Neurochangers which made our decision and transition easier. With this going forward we have also amalgamated our blog into our website. Although this Neurochangers blog has been a successful way to create and share information to our readers for the past 5 years, this will be our last post on this site. We ask kindly that you take the time to follow us at our new site where we will continue to share health tips, technology and keep you updated on the latest events and compelling client progress stories. We thank you for your love and support over the past 5 years and we look forward to having you stop by our newest site! Click here to subscribe.
From Aim2Walk’s Neurochangers Family, we thank you!
Every Body Fitness is back in May and everyone is invited for only $5 a class. We have many clients who use wheelchairs, walking aids and have various mobility challenges. We want to encourage anyone with any type of mobility or disability to give it a try. We welcome friends, parents and caregivers of the clients as well. Both our Fitness program as well as the Tai Chi and meditation classes are suited and adapted for everyone! We do accept walk-ins however, new participants are required to bring a physicians clearance. Call Aim2Walk at 416-679-9255 now to book your spot!
Do you depend on a mobility aid to get around or know someone who does? Many people are concerned about flying in Canada due to the likelihood of their walking aid becoming damaged on the flight. Unfortunately, every flight carries the risk of lost or damaged luggage; however, if it’s a wheelchair or other mobility aid which is damaged, this could result in thousands of dollars and a terrible trip experience.
Canadians are looking to incorporate proper protocols for transporting mobility devices on Canadian aircrafts as well as providing the information to the traveler on how aircraft workers have been trained. Not only will this help improve and lower the risk of broken, dissembled or even lost mobility devices, it will hopefully give peace of mind to many people which will encourage more to travel.
Supporters of this important topic are signing a petition to get their voices heard! Please take the time to support the thousands of people who want to be sure they will be having a safe and carefree flight. Sign the petition in the link below and make the #RealChange.
Michelle Wolfe, RMT