At ReYu, neurorecovery is promoted through an intense activity based training program to increase function for individuals with spinal cord injuries and associated disorders.
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We exist to inspire, motivate and promote recovery with increased function for individuals with spinal cord injuries and associated disorders through a comprehensive activity based training program, education, and exercise knowledge.
To be a leader in the field of neurorehabilitation allowing individuals to enhance their quality of life through exercise therapy, science and collaboration.
Brooklyn - Neuro Exercise Specialist
Kimberley - Event Coordinator
Kia - Neuro Exercise Specialist
Tegan - Neuro Exercise Specialist
Bean - Cofounder & Executive Director
Nancy- Cofounder & Lead Neuro Exercise Specialist
Katie - Neuro Exercise Specialist
Annabelle - Neuro Exercise Specialist
Kendall- Neuro Exercise Specialist
Activity Based Training
A form of physical rehabilitation that includes task specific activity, practice and repetition.
Along with precise cuing for mobility, posture, strength, endurance and developmental movement patterns such as crawling, standing and walking. Founded in the principles of locomotor training and neuroplasticity to promote maximal recovery.
Our Children's Program
A comprehensive, family centred program that blends therapies to meet your child where they are at and push the limits of what you've been told is possible.
-The spider cage (universal exercise unit)
-Therasuit & Therasuit Method
-Dynamic Movement Intervention Therapy
-Astronaut Board Training
-Activity Based Therapy
-Developmental Movement Patterns
-Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation
Body Weight Support Treadmill Training
Ever thought about getting back up on your feet? Here's your chance! With the assistance of a full body harness system, a specialized treadmill and our wonderful trainers we can offer this service.
Occupational Therapy Program for Children
We are excited to be launching our Occupational Therapy program and welcome Nicole to our team! Nicole moved from the East Coast to pursue her Masters of Science in Occupational Therapy from the University of Alberta. Since graduating in 2011, she has been working with families and their children. She is passionate about working collaboratively to overcome obstacles and help children live their lives to the fullest. Nicole utilizes a strengths-based and family-centred approach in her interventions to help families meet their goals. Nicole has worked with children and their families in the community and schools. Her experience covers those living with a variety of diagnoses and conditions from Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit-Hyperactivity Disorder, Spina Bifida, Cerebral Palsy, to Developmental Delays and Anxiety. She uses a routine based intervention approach to build things into the day as opposed to taking time out of your day to do therapy. Play is the primary occupation of children and it is her dream to ensure that every child can play.
Nicole will be offering:
1-on-1 in-person sessions
- Sensory regulation
- Sensory integration
- Emotional regulation
- Reflex integration
- Self-care skills (toileting, feeding, dressing)
- Attention and focus
- Coordination and gross motor skills
- Behavioural needs and strategies
- DIR Floortime
- SOS Feeding
- Melanie Potock feeding
- Circle of Security
- Handwriting Without Tears
- Expressive and receptive language
- Children's mental health
3 1 hour online sessions spread over 7 days
Parent coaching model
Ideal for self-care concerns: feeding, sleep, toileting, behaviour concerns, printing, etc.