Our Mission is to educate, inspire and provide. We would like to help spinal cord injury survivors realize their dreams, develop their talents and abilities, and live a full life (which is within their reach).
The Walk and Roll Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for persons affected by spinal cord injuries (SCI). It is our mission to bring education, services, a variety of programs and assistance to those living with spinal cord injuries.
The Walk and Roll Foundation strives to foster an atmosphere of support and encouragement to SCI survivors, as well as their families.
The Walk and Roll Foundation is currently working in conjunction with ProjectWalk www.projectwalk.org based in Carlsbad, California. Project Walk utilizes The Dardzinski Method of intensive training and education to take the spinal cord injury patient further than the current norm (of just living and functioning in a wheelchair). The Dardzinski Method is designed to assist the client in achieving their greatest recovery potential, while providing an overall increase in their quality of life--through better understanding of their injuries and potential. Chelsie and Jon are teaming-up with this amazing facility, in order to provide its services to those in need of them in Northern California. This is a special goal for Chelsie, Jon, as well as the Walk and Roll Foundation. Through their travels these past two years (since Chelsie's accident) Jon and Chelsie have met so many people who need (and deserve) this type of therapy. Creating this facility will create the opportunity to cater to many living with SCI in Northern California (and beyond).
Educating parents and teenagers about the dangers of distracted driving through school assemblies, community events, and media presentations.
Inspiring those with spinal cord injuries to recreate their dreams and live full lives within their reach, through Team HotWheelz presentations, personal example and encouraging events.
Walk and Roll Foundation is currently raising funds to open an exercise base facility in Northern California for those who have a Spinal Cord Injury.