Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Paying it Forward
The Spring Bluff School recently donated a pony walker to the Sullivan Sports Fitness and Rehabilitation Center. The pony walker was used by a former student at the school and had been in storage for some time. The school decided to make it available for other disabled children at the Rehab Center. A pony walker makes it possible for children with disabilities to play and experience certain activities in an upright-standing position. It allows mobility while at the same time providing safety and stability. The Rehabilitation Center plans to use the walker with appropriate pediatric patients and is very appreciative for the School’s donation.
Pictured with the Pony Walker is Stacey Dace, Communications and Marketing Specialist, Kay Bylo, Spring Bluff Superintendent and Rachel Thomure, Sullivan Rehab Tech/Office Assistant.