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Chris Kaag and Eric Schippers had a great day on October 14th providing Beverly, longtime member of Corps Fitness & IM ABLE, a motorized wheelchair that was gifted to IM ABLE by Eric’s family. This is not typically the equipment we provide but Eric had two chairs from family members that he wanted to see get to someone and put it to good use. Beverly has been a fantastic supporter of IM ABLE and participates in many events with us so she was our first choice!
We have another similar motorized scooter that we are looking to gift so if you or anyone you know has the need and would be able to use please contact You must be in the Wyomissing, Pa or able to pick up or we can arrange for LOCAL delivery!

Date: Friday Oct 16th 2015 11:15-12:00

Location: Wyomissing Library: 9 Reading Blvd. Wyomissing PA 19610

Description: The movement group will incorporate baby/kid yoga, movement activities and social activities for children and their parents/caretakers. (parents/caretakers must attend and sign waiver) (max 12 students)

Program will be run by Step By Step Pediatric Therapy Inc. staff with support from IM Able Foundation and the Junior League of Reading Sustainers.

Dore Blanchet MS., OTR/L: Dore has been a pediatric OT for over 25 years.

Erin Fratis MSPT: Erin has been a pediatric PT for over 18 years.

Amy Sharkey MEd(special ed): Amy has worked with special needs kids for 15 years is a yoga instructor with training in yoga for special needs children.

Please call or email to register by 10/15/15 or 610-372-0933

(Siblings under 5 may attend but must be supervised by parent/caretaker)

This group will be ongoing 1-2 times per month at different locations throughout Berks County.


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Recently, our freind at the Interact Club and the students at Rolling Hills Prep in San Pedro, California presented Ryan with his adaptive hand cycle. Ryan was paralyzed in a boating accident when he was 19 but it has always been a dream of his to complete a triathlon. Through a school-wide fitness challenge led by our Interact Club and the help of the IM ABLE Foundation,


They were able to fundraise enough money to purchase a hand cycle for Ryan. Now, he is able to achieve his dream. A big thanks to the students of Interact and Kathy Hagee, club advisor, for spearheading this wonderful effort on our campus!