NextStep Orlando in the News


Founder and Director of NextStep Orlando, Liza Riedel, is recognized as a Every Day Hero here in Central Florida. Read more here.


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NextStep Orlando is a health and wellness facility designed specifically for people living with paralysis.



 The grand prize winner of $20,000 was  NextStep Orlando , an organization that provides specialized exercise-based recovery programs for those living with spinal cord injuries, giving them the opportunity to achieve their greatest recovery potential.   Read more here.

The grand prize winner of $20,000 was NextStep Orlando, an organization that provides specialized exercise-based recovery programs for those living with spinal cord injuries, giving them the opportunity to achieve their greatest recovery potential. Read more here.


A LOOK INSIDE NEXTSTEP ORLANDO [Then Project Walk Orlando]

No limits, Only possibilities! Read more here.


Quadriplegic Rachelle Friedman, the 'paralyzed bride', is not one to accept defeat, though, and the one-hour special follows her for seven months as she begins physical therapy at Project Walk  Orlando to reach her goal of memorializing her new motherhood in a “normal” family photo.


Dream trip for Eglinton teen to NextStep Orlando [Then Project Walk Orlando]

A Co Derry teenager left quadriplegic after a tragic training accident is living her dream of attending a a rehabilitation centre in America in a bid to walk again. Read more here. 



Hard work, innovative program helps her walk again

Three years ago, Cara Moro was given the devastating news: She would never walk again. But thanks to her determination and specialized exercise-based therapy, Moro takes literal steps toward walking on her own. Read more here. 


NOT SETTLING FOR PARALYSIS

Read here the first news article printed when NextStep Orlando [then Step It Up Recovery Center] opened in May 2009.