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Neil Squire is working to minimize the risk of transmission of COVID-19 for the health and safety of clients, staff, and their communities, by following direction from the Provincial Health Officer and WorkSafe BC.
Grant Hardy from AMI learns about the Arm Cycle Gaming Interface, an interactive fitness and rehab experience for people with spinal cord injuries.
Commuting to and from work was causing Bradley pain, having to lift his wheelchair in and out of his vehicle for the past 25 years.
Neil Squire and their Makers Making Change initiative are aiming to set an #ATWorldRecord on the UN International Day of Persons with Disabilities to raise awareness of the need for affordable assistive technology solutions for people with disabilities.
Your support helps people with disabilities like Bluejay. We provided Bluejay with a “safe place to learn and to grow confidence to achieve goals” and supported him as he went back to school, graduated grade 12, and got a job. “I didn’t realize until I started working that I’m a hard worker.”
Bluejay first came to the Footprints Centre about 10 years ago, pushed by his older brother to find something to do with his life. Since then, he’s grown so much, going to the local college to finish his high school degree and has been a valued employee at his company for over four years.
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