The new plan will chart the course until 2021.
Farewell to a great friend, Bud McDonald.
Follow Eddie's journey re-learning to run, skate and ride a bike; an example of the activity-based approach we take to rehabilitation.
John, among other things including stroke survivor, is also a published novelist. We asked him to write about his time here.
Liz says volunteering at ARBI leaves her "feeling inspired and with a greater appreciation for what is important in life and the strength of the human spirit." Read the full Q&A here...
"What stuck with me after a tour of the ARBI facility was the perseverance. Encouraged by family and staff, ARBI’s clients persist through hard work to ensure their best outcome. The possibilities for these clients should not be compromised by a lack of equipment."
“I support ARBI because it is really what Calgary is all about; people coming together to support each other through challenging times.”
Learn how Jim Gray gives second chances …
ARBI provides intensive community-based rehabilitation and family support in a nurturing environment. With personalized rehab, and lots of encouragement, survivors can once again enjoy fulfilling lives in their communities. Continue learning.
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Get your copy of the 2016 Community Kitchen recipe calendar! We have a few left are getting rid of them for half price!
Community Kitchen is an ARBI program that includes approximately 14 clients per year. Clients re-learn skills from their on-site rehab with the ultimate goal of cooking independently to provide nutritious meals for themselves and their families. We have some adapted equipment, but it is expensive for clients to continue on their own, so all the proceeds raised from calendar sales are going toward course supplies (food) and purchasing more adaptive equipment for clients.
The meals are a tangible outcome, but more importantly, clients leave with improved self-esteem and independence.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your copy!
Farewell to ARBI’s good friend, Bud McDonald. Bud was a dedicated board member of ARBI for over 12 years, which included serving from 2007 until 2012 as our board president. Bud’s wisdom was surpassed only by his kindness. He will be missed by all. A truly great man who gave so much to ARBI. We are grateful to have known him.
Our hearts go out to Bud’s wife Dorothy, and his family.
We hope Guillaume’s motto resonates with you; it does with us!
We’re excited to share his and other clients’ inspiring stories and give you an idea of what we’re all about in our new video, below.
The 2014-15 Annual Report has arrived! We're excited to share it with you here.
It's got the numbers, yes, but also some great stories, including Claudia's (pictured). Happy reading!