Welcome to Stay in Step

This non-profit center is designed to provide state of
the art recovery in the Tampa community and
surrounding areas. We are a veteran organization open to
civilian’s with Spinal Cord Injury and any kind of
neurological disorders that result in paralysis. This unique
approach to rehabilitation, combined with real-time global
collaboration with other Spinal Cord Injury subject matter
experts and patients, will offer SCI patients real
possibilities for taking a step toward recovery.

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Welcome to Stay in Step

This non-profit center will be designed to provide state of the art recovery to SCI patients in the Tampa community and surrounding area. It will be open to both military and civilian SCI patients. Combining the technical and medical experience of Dr. Merrittt and the Stay in Step staff, with real-time global collaboration with other SCI subject mattter experts and patients, Stay in Step Spinal Cord Injury Recovery Center will offer SCI patients real possibilities for taking a step toward recovery.

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Tuesday, May 16th, 2017 at 6:30pm
Tampa Museum of Art120 W Gasparilla Plz
Tampa, FL 33602
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ARMA Global, a General Dynamics Company, is pleased to sponsor an event in support of CWO3 Romulo “Romy” Camargo, and his organization, Stay in Step Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Recovery Center, at the Tampa Museum of Art.
To purchase the tickets please click the link below:
https://stayinstep.org/sofic-event/
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Saturday, May 20th, 2017 at 9:30am
Esther Street Park551 Esther St,
New Smyrna Beach, FL 32169
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Come and share with us this wonderful and fun event. Oceans of Hope Foundation offers adaptive ocean access for individuals with limited mobility the opportunity to catch a wave and surf without limitations.
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Travis Neil Brunelle

The Stay in Step family would like to say Thank you to every person and Family that donated to the Stay In Step SCI Foundation in memory of Travis Neil Brunelle.  Travis and Renee have always been supporters of Stay in Step from the beginning. The donations that have been coming in will directly impact Read More

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