Project Walk Boston
The Boston franchise is owned by Jacqueline and Larry Arlen who first experienced Project Walk when their daughter, paralympian swimmer Victoria; spent a few weeks at the San Diego location. Victoria lives with Transverse Myelitis, a debilitating disease that causes injury to the spinal cord. When Jacqueline and Larry witnessed a change in Victoria; they felt moved to bring the experience to their hometown.
Project Walk - Boston is currently accepting applications for their projected fall opening. Fill out the application by clicking on the “Apply Now
” link above or contact the Facility Manager, Jacqueline Arlen at Boston@ProjectWalk.com
My 10 Year Journey From a Wheelchair to Walking
The Boston franchise is
owned by Jacqueline and Larry Arlen who first experienced Project Walk when
their daughter, Victoria; spent a few weeks at the San Diego location. Victoria
lives with Transverse Myelitis, a debilitating disease that causes injury to
the spinal cord. After a year of training at the Project Walk Boston location,
she is now walking. Her hard work and dedication proves that anything is
possible. To read her story click the link is below:
One Small Step:
Project Walk is now accepting applications for its Boston location.
To apply, simply CLICK HERE
to get started or fill out the "Contact Us" form to the right and someone will get back to you soon.
Founded in 1999, Project Walk provides activity-based recovery programs designed around industry leading research, training, and state-of-the-art technology to increase mobility in clients who have a spinal cord injury and other forms of paralysis. For over a decade spinal cord injury victims have had to travel across the world to participate in Project Walk’s program.
Clients can begin the program as soon as they leave the hospital and can continue full-time at a center or at home through the most comprehensive integrated home care model on the market today. The Dardzinski Method®, practiced only at Project Walk, is supported by published research that shows 71% of clients improve function below the level of injury.