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Congratulation James! A well deserved award!!

From CHEO's website today...
Help for Special Needs Award
Awarded to an individual, project or program that enriches the lives of children and youth who are developmentally delayed, physically disabled, medically challenged, technologically dependent or who require complex/palliative care

Recipient: James Fleet, Physical Support Program, Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School
James Fleet is a Certified Professional Dog Trainer and volunteer with the Physical Support Program (PSP) at Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School. PSP is a program for students, ages 14-21 years, who have extensive physical disabilities. James, who is physically disabled and faces many of the same barriers as the students, joined the program to teach a Basic Obedience and Dog Psychology Course and has stayed on to regularly coach power wheelchair hockey.
James has had a tremendous impact on his students' lives. These youth face many barriers, and James has given them hope that with hard work, their dreams are possible. For students who thought that they would never be able to live alone or work a job, James is living proof that an independent and meaningful life is within their reach.

Here's the link online...


http://ottawa.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=835214&playlistId=1.2830189&binId=1.1164511&playlistPageNum=1

The Good Access Company helped out the good people at Liquid gym with some better access to their pools. Check them out at Liquidgym.ca. They offer one of kind innovative therapy approach. Happy to partner up with them. Stay posted for some upcoming free education sessions this fall at their facility. Thanks to Joe Radmore for helping us connect!