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Defying the odds: How one child achieved triumph on his road to independence
Toronto, ON - All children should be able to strive for independence and the ability to live a self sufficient life. Ryan, a child born with a brain lesion, has achieved triumph in his journey to independence. He has surpassed people’s imagination and met milestones he was never expected to reach. As a result, his case is one of many inspiring stories seen in an independent clinic located in Toronto.Read the full story >>
Local Polar Bears Make an Invigorating Start to 2012
Toronto, ON - As families gather around the fireplace drinking cups of hot cocoa, Natan Gendelman and his polar bears will get together to take an ice-cold plunge into Lake Wilcox in Richmond Hill on January 8th, 2012. What makes this group different is that this chilly gathering isn't just an annual occurrence--it is a weekly routine that Natan, his family and friends go through every week, even in the wintertime.Read the full story >>
A Festive Celebration: Uniting People from Around the World
North York, Toronto – From Ireland to China, families from all over the globe are joining Health in Motion Rehabilitation to partake in their 3rd annual Christmas Holiday celebration. Patients from Asia, Africa, and Europe will be joining Health in Motion on November 30th, 2011 from 7:00-9:00pm for an evening of good food, great laughs, and new friends. Health in Motion’s determination to bring one’s child to independence has enticed patients to travel the globe for their unique intensive treatment program called LIFE (Learning Independent Function for Everyday).Read the full story >>
Polar Bear Dip a weekly winter affair
Toronto, ON. – Natan Gendelman, friends and family take the plunge into Lake Wilcox, in Richmond Hill on Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, at 9 a.m. For most, the polar bear dip is an event that only takes place once a year. For these avid dippers, this is an annual Sunday-morning tradition that starts from the inception of fall, regardless of how cold it gets.Read the full story >>
Innovative LIFE program transforms children with neurological disorders from disabled to 'abled'
A new program developed by Health in Motion Rehabilitation is helping children with neurological disorders become independent in their daily lives. The program, called Learning Independent Functions for Everyday -- or LIFE for short -- has successfully treated young patients who had been diagnosed with a neurological disorder and told they would be disabled for life.Read the full story >>