NovaCare Rehabilitation: Austintown, OH
“I was a patient of NovaCare Rehabilitation in Austintown, OH. It's been about nine months now since my hip arthroscopy and I again just wanted to thank the Austintown team for all of your help and…
Yardley: Yardley, PA
Last year over Labor Day weekend, my dog broke her leg as
she attempted to jump off our boat and caught her paw under the hand rail. As I
attempted to free her, she bit my right hand and wouldn’t let go. While I…
Hamilton: Hamilton, NJ
I came to NovaCare after tearing a ligament in my thumb. At the beginning of my therapy, I was feeling very sad as my injury left me unable to play the violin and piano. As a professional musician for the past 30 years,…
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Kevin Fang, P.T., from Select Physical Therapy Arlington is riding for autism and for his nephew, SAM IZO. Kevin will be participating in the largest cycling event dedicated to raising awareness and funding for autism.
Bike to the Beach for autism aims to promote fitness and to support the 2 million people affected by autism.
Autism Speaks has helped put a face on the 2 million people affected by autism and what their families deal with every day through their blog: http://www.autismspeaks.org/blog.
The blog allows people affected by autism to write about their every-day lives and is a great place to see how your donation to Bike to the Beach for autism can help. Below are just a few outstanding entries from the blog:
The story of Ryan Rogers, who was just diagnosed with Aspergers in 2013, and became the "first documented person in history with autism to win a medal (bronze) in kata in the 18 to 34 year old novice non-handicap division at the U.S Karate Nationals (usankf.org).
The story of Gianna Hitsos, a high school senior on the autism spectrum who will soon begin her college career.
The story of Chrissy Kelly (Life with Greyson) who writes about the emotions surrounding her son's autism diagnosis.
The story of how Autism Speaks organized over 200 volunteer leaders from classrooms, boardrooms, small towns, big cities, and service sectors from across the country convened for three days.
That is why Kevin is biking for autism this year. To make a difference. To help get us one step closer to a pain-free future and improving quality of life any way he can!
Please consider signing up to walk and/or donating to Kevin's page to get him one step closer to his fundraising goal and helping this amazing cause. Please forward this message to all your friends and family, too. The more support we have, the better.
Today, America's employers are very much at risk - paying nearly one billion dollars per week in workers' compensation costs. Through the WorkStrategies® Program, our main objectives are to: reduce the frequency and severity of injuries; achieve higher levels of employee functionality; and reduce the employer's TOTAL workers' compensation costs and lost work time.
We partner with employers, case managers, claim managers, TPAs, and insurance companies to provide innovative an cost-effective SOLUTIONS for the prevention and treatment of work-related injuries.
The WorkStrategies® Program offers the following services: