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Celia A. Brewer
When I was hovering over my son’s paralyzed body in an intensive care unit, Project Walk meant HOPE. Now that my son Spencer Fox is doing ball drills and walking the length of the Project Walk floor with increased strength, confidence and independence, it means pure JOY.
Project Walk goes beyond traditional therapy, embracing possibility, offering hope to those with spinal cord injury. Project Walk is one of the best decisions we have made in pursuing recovery for our son.
Project Walk means independence for my son, Patrick! Patrick grew up at Project Walk and everyone there is like family to us. We love you guys and are eternally grateful!
Project Walk is the first place that gave us hope that it is possible to recover from SCI.
Project Walk = Possibilities. My son’s surgeon told us he had no idea how Brian would heal. To me that was an open door to a million possibilities. God brought Project Walk into our lives!
Project walk means a chance to start over for me, a chance to prove to myself, my family and the doctors that told me otherwise that nothing is impossible!
Project Walk means to me an education of another way to treat spinal cord injuries that challenges the medical box most live in, and proves its foundations and treatments work on all levels of mental and physical health to help everyone achieve their goals. Project Walk changed my life and career; I was a nurse and now studying physiotherapy!
Amy Hall Eddy
Project Walk is a living, breathing proof of miracles in motion. More than hope. A step above faith. Project Walk is God’s gift to all who are blessed to experience miracles!
Deborah Koop Schutz
The doctors had given my daughter Ashley, what I refer to as, “False No Hope.” Project Walk turned that around and made us realize that there is always hope. If you have hope, you never give up. If you have hope, you have dreams and you are truly living your life.
Project Walk has meant hope and possibility for my son when the doctors said don’t even bother trying. I wish that every person with a spinal cord injury/disease could easily access this amazing program and I will always be eternally grateful that we have had the chance to do so.