Next Steps of Chicago offers innovative, cutting-edge treatments for individuals who are suffering from neurological disorders or spinal cord injuries. Ferrari Energy has decided to support this organization, which features today’s leading medical science pioneers, as it shares in the organization’s passion for improving the quality of life of those with these serious health challenges.
Over the years, many of Next Steps of Chicago’s health care pioneers have helped to eliminate deadly diseases worldwide by developing powerful treatments. The organization today uses medical technology to develop game-changing therapies, such as neuromuscular stimulators and the unique ReWalk system. ReWalk is a walking assistance device that utilizes leg attachments designed to assist paraplegics in standing upright, walking, and climbing stairs. Individuals and organizations, such as Ferrari Energy, that donate to Next Steps of Chicago financially support the provision of such equipment.
Ferrari Energy officials said they pride themselves on having compassionate and caring team members, which is why the organization is excited to support Next Steps of Chicago. However, according to the organization, its reasons for supporting Next Steps of Chicago involve more than simply wanting to fulfill its corporate social responsibility goals. Rather, Ferrari Energy’s founder and chief executive officer, Adam Ferrari, has personally experienced the impacts of neurological and spinal trauma.
Adam’s father, Dan, became quadriplegic at the age of 67 and has since been receiving care through Next Steps of Chicago. In light of the challenges that come with this life-altering condition, Ferrari Energy looks forward to continuing its support for Next Steps of Chicago in order to promote treatments for neurological and spinal injuries today so that one day, paralysis will no longer exist across the globe.