We’ve partnered with March of Dimes Canada to support Canadians who have experienced a stroke

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We’ve partnered with March of Dimes Canada to support Canadians who have experienced a stroke

Stroke survivors everywhere, whose experience will be recognized on World Stroke Day on October 29, 2021, will have better access to the support they need thanks to our exciting new partnership with March of Dimes Canada’s After Stroke program.

Stroke survivors have told us they need support, they need tools, peer support, opportunities for skills development and exercise, and information to address the emotional and practical challenges of their unique journey. This partnership with Motion will combine our strengths and expertise to benefit stroke survivors and their families across the country. Partnerships like this are crucial to growing our programs and services and reaching more stroke survivors so they can optimize their recovery, nobody should have to navigate life after stroke alone.

CHRISTINA SPERLING, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY PROGRAMS & AFTER STROKE AT MARCH OF DIMES CANADA
CHRISTINA SPERLING, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY PROGRAMS & AFTER STROKE AT MARCH OF DIMES CANADA

We, Motion, will be making a financial contribution over the coming year to the After Stroke program. We’ll also be part of delivering educational events to those who have been impacted by stroke and participate in community-based fundraisers in support of the After Stroke program.

It is Motion’s vision to make life accessible for everyone, as a long-time partner of March of Dimes, we feel this sponsorship is a critical opportunity to make a direct impact on the quality of life of stroke survivors and their families.

Jeff Preston, Senior Director, Brand & Product at Motion
Jeff Preston, Senior Director, Brand & Product at Motion

About March of Dimes Canada & the After Stroke Program

March of Dimes Canada is a nationally registered charitable organization that has been providing support services to people with disabilities, their families, and caregivers across Canada for 70 years. Our goal is to enhance the independence and community participation of people with disabilities every day through a wide range of programs and services across Canada. Now we’re applying that expertise to build After Stroke, so we can support, connect and inspire every person impacted by stroke nationwide.

After Stroke is a personalized recovery program that helps survivors and their families move forward after a stroke.  After Stroke works one-on-one with stroke survivors and their families in the communities where they live, connecting them with an individualized recovery plan, local resources, and a network of support to help navigate the journey ahead. Support is available from those first days in the hospital through every stage of recovery and life after stroke.

This material does not constitute medical advice. It is intended for informational purposes only. Please consult a physician for specific treatment recommendations.