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Today’s blog is a video of an adrenaline junkie, checking one more thing off her bucket list. Bungee Jumping is one of the easiest ways to get your adrenaline pumping and to get that feeling of your stomach jumping up into your throat. Whistler Bungee...

In 1995, at the young age of 21, the beautiful up and coming model Kati Lepisto suffered a stroke that left her completely paralyzed with only the use of her eyes. Kati suffers from a condition called Locked-in Syndrome which is usually described as being...

Aaron Fotheringham, aka Wheelz, is inspiring people around the world, especially people who use wheelchairs to mobilize. He travels with Nitrus Circus riding WCMX (Wheelchair Motocross.) Wheelz was born with Spinabifida and his doctors told him he would forever need assistance from others to get...

The month of May is an exciting month to be downtown Toronto. A few weeks ago I wrote about Tangled Art Gallery, opening May 4th displaying art and disability. I also shared the exciting addition of several featured documentaries providing described video technology for the...

Prince Harry of Wales, recently announced that Toronto will be hosting the third International Invictus games. The games are an adaptive sporting event for wounded, injured and sick servicemen and servicewoman both serving and veterans.Prince Harry trained and served with the Military from 2005-2015. It...

 May 10, 2016, St.Jean de Bredeufs Catholic High school will be hosting a Fashion Show in support of Sick Kids Hospital. "In The Spotlight" Fashion show will be taking place at the Jewel Event Centre in Woodbridge. For more information please contact sjdb.fashionshow@hotmail.comwww.Aim2Walk.ca...

We are all exposed to a variety of viruses and bacterias each and every day. Whether your children bring germs home from daycare or we do from work (by touching door handles, light switches or even pens and pencils), illness comes to us all, at...

Tangled Art Gallery Launch: Disability Arts opening this May. You are invited to the official opening of the Tangled Art Gallery! The gallery is showcasing Disability Arts and advancing accessible curatorial practices. This showcase opens on May 4th in Toronto’s iconic arts building, at 401 Richmond....

It’s always exiting to share positive information about events and festivals that have recognized and implemented the need for accessibility. Canada’s International Documentary Festival is happening here in Toronto on April 28th-May 8th, 2016 and for the first time in 23 years, they have done...

Congratulations to one of Aim2Walks Physiotherapists, Megan Covert, for completing her Neurokinetic therapy, level 2 course. The techniques are a new way to treat underlying causes of pain and I can be the first to tell you, it works! In the past few months while...

Every Body Fitness is back and everyone is invited for only $5 a class. We have many clients who use wheelchairs, walking aids and have various mobility challenges.  We want to encourage anyone with any type of mobility or disability to give it a try....

Kevin Pearce is a world class, professional snowboarder. He was training to compete in the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics when he suffered a fall that changed his life forever.Kevin sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and it stopped him from competing in snowboarding again.With the...