The Innovator: 2019 Spring/Summer Newsletter

As we celebrate Walk The Line’s 12th Birthday on Thursday July 11, it is difficult to not reflect on the recent changes made to Michigan’s auto no fault system. Under these recent changes there are many aspects that will affect us as survivors, providers, drivers and so on.

The Innovator: Summer 2018

Starting Walk The Line on the heels of feeling defeated and being discharged from my previous physical therapy program fueled the fire and passion to make WTL a place of power.

The Innovator: 2018 Winter Newsletter

Erica's Corner: A Note from the ChiefThe ringing in of a new year often brings a time for reflection and hopefulness, and 2017 was a big year for Walk The Line! We celebrated our 10th Anniversary, we expanded our Community Events program, integrated flexibility of session duration by offering 1 ½ or three-hour sessions based on client needs, and welcomed ...

The Innovator: Fall 2017

My life was forever changed on October 7, 2001 I was in a car accident with my brother and sustained a cervical spinal cord injury leaving me paralyzed from the chest down. In an instant, I went from being completely independent, living on my own and working full time to a dependent young adult with almost no movement from the …

The Innovator: 2017 Spring Newsletter

I looked up from gait training to see the face of one of our newer clients taking a break to cheer me on. Without realizing it I had straightened my posture and focused my gaze forward instead of down. As I turned and began to walk back down “the line” I smiled as I realized that his interest in my …

The Innovator: 2016 Fourth Quarter Newsletter

Fifteen years ago I sustained a C6/7 spinal cord injury from a motor vehicle accident and was paralyzed from the chest down. At the age of 23 in an instant I went from living independently in Los Angeles and working to having to move back home with my parents, relying on others for life’s most basic tasks and unable to …