International Actress and Artist, Jane Seymour to visit The Next Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Centre on 10 November.
International Actress and Artist, Jane Seymour will visit The Next Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Centre, INC, where she will be awarded a plaque in honour of her financial contribution to the not-for-profit centre through the Carnevale Ball that was held on the 6 November at The Peninsula in Docklands.
The Next Step was the Australian beneficiary to the Carnevale Ball and Jane Seymour’s Open Hearts Foundation – a nonprofit charity established to raise funds to enrich the lives of children in the areas of health, arts, sports and education.
Founded by Rhiannon Tracey, who became a C-5 Quadriplegic after breaking her neck from diving into a pool in Bali, The Next Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Centre is a not-for-profit organisation for those with neurological disorders who want to obtain a greater quality of life and regain their independence.
The Next Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Centre has been offering state-of-the-art care to people who have suffered from spinal cord injuries a place to recovery and help them regain self-confidence and mobility. The centre offers programs and treats clients with a range of medical conditions including: Stroke, Spina Bifida, Parkinson’s Disease, MS, Traumatic Brain Injury, Musculoskeletal / Joint Injury Rehabilitation, Chronic Pain, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Weight Loss / Behavioural Change, and Diabetes.
The centre also offers services including: Dietitian and Nutritional services, Acupuncture, Myotherapy, Remedial Massage, Active Counselling / Motivational Coaching and more. The Next Step is also recognized by funding bodies such as TAC, Private Health Insurers, Medicare and the Department of Veteran Affairs.
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