Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Centers Bring World-Renowned Recovery Programs to San Francisco’s Bay Area

Project Walk, the pioneer in activity-based recovery brings its world class recovery services to the local population of San Francisco and San Jose, CA. This is the third franchised-location in a global network of facilities and is now open and seeing clients.

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Project Walk’s methods and the atmosphere at our facilities can’t be duplicated, and I’m so excited about the opportunity to bring those experiences to the disability community.

Fremont, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2014

Project Walk Paralysis Recovery Center is excited to bring their world-renowned activity-based recovery services to San Francisco’s Bay Area. As the third franchised location to open its doors, Project Walk has set up shop at 48389 Fremont Blvd, Suite 104 in Fremont, CA which is nestled between San Francisco and San Jose, CA.

Already open for business, Project Walk is gearing up for the Grand Opening of its newest location which will be held Saturday, April 5th from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Highlights include a welcome from SCI Spokesperson and California State Senate Candidate, Roman Reed; with performances from the Walk and Roll Dance Team and Arthur “AR” the Inspiration.

Project Walk is the pioneer in activity-based recovery with nearly two decades of experience. Based on The Dardzinski Method, Project Walk’s mission is to provide an improved quality of life for people affected by mobility related disorders. With the addition of the Northern California facility, people living with paralysis will have access to a true recovery program.

“We are thrilled to bring the Project Walk brand to Northern California,” says Brian Malkinson, Director of Operations. “With this new franchised location, Project Walk can offer its world class programs and training services to the local disability population.”

“Just this morning I saw a client hug his wife for the first time while standing since getting injured,” says Heather Newcom, Project Walk – San Francisco Facility Manager. “Project Walk’s methods and the atmosphere at our facilities can’t be duplicated, and I’m so excited about the opportunity to bring those experiences to the disability community.”

Project Walk – San Francisco is now accepting applications and can be filled out at ProjectWalk.org

For more information on Project Walk – San Francisco, you can also visit the locations section of the website.


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