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ORIGINAL AIR DATE: 

July 11, 2021

12:30 pm
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6:30 pm
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Powerchair Optimization For Sport & Daily Life

Learn about how to get the most out of a powerchair straight from the experts at Motion and Sunrise Medical. Whether it’s maintenance, effective programming, or battery care, it’s important to ensure everything is in perfect shape for gameday or everyday life. We’ll also feature a couple of veteran players to discuss how your powerchair can be best used during a game to be effective and get the most out of it.

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FEATURING

Stacey Burnett

Region Manager, Motion Toronto
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Stacey Burnett has worked in the Mobility & Accessibility Equipment industry for 20 years, starting off in a part-time administrative role while studying at the University of Toronto. Over the years, she has transitioned from administration to sales to management, and currently serves as a Regional Manager for Motion (formerly Motion Specialties) in Toronto, Ontario. Motion is Canada’s leading provider of comprehensive and customized mobility and home accessibility solutions for a wide variety of clients from children to elderly adults. Products include wheelchairs, walkers, mobility scooters, stairlifts, ramps, ceiling lifts, homecare beds, and more. Stacey is passionate about helping people.

As Regional Manager she oversees a team dedicated to making Motion’s mission of making life accessible for everyone a reality. She loves the team that she works with and getting to know Motion’s clients; seeing first-hand the positive impact that her and her team makes and hearing their clients’ life stories. Stacey’s pastimes include cooking, writing, listening to heavy metal, and appreciating wine. She lives in Newmarket, Ontario with her husband Francisco and their dog Ripley.

Ron Claughton

Sales Representative, Sunrise Medical Canada
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Ron has been working in the Mobility industry for over 20 years - he was Director of Marketing for Motion Concepts from 2000 to 2006, and has been a Sunrise Medical Account Manager since 2006. Throughout his career, Ron has given presentations to therapists and vendors throughout Canada and the United states.

Ron has been working in the Mobility industry for over 20 years - he was Director of Marketing for Motion Concepts from 2000 to 2006, and has been a Sunrise Medical Account Manager since 2006. Throughout his career, Ron has given presentations to therapists and vendors throughout Canada and the United states.

Randall Keith

Toronto Sales Consultant, Motion
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Randall Keith is a professional sales representative with over 40 years of experience specializing in wheelchairs, seating and related durable medical devices.  Joining the industry in 1974 with Everest & Jennings CDN Ltd, he has worked with various Canadian and US manufacturers in the development of new and innovative products to help better the lives of people with specific physical needs.

In 1988, he co-founded the Ontario Seating & Mobility Conference in Toronto, which later became the Canadian Seating & Mobility Conference and served on their board for 14 years.  Randall moved from manufacturing to vendor sales in 1999, specializing in power mobility and clients with high intensity needs.  In May of 2000, he attained the RESNA, ATS designation, and recently attained his RRTS designation with NRRTS.  Randall is also a certified member with the Canadian Professional Sales Association.

Randall has presented at national conferences in Canada and has received various sales recognition awards.  He continues today working daily, giving mentorship to others, and working with his clients, giving patience and empathy all while working in a team approach to help his clients maintain their independence.

Bobby Rodriguez

Service Technician, Motion
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Bobby has been working in the mobility and accessibility industry for seven years. Starting at Shoppers Home Health Care in 2013 as a Central Equipment Pool Service Technician. Bobby enjoys assisting our clients and gains a deep sense of personal satisfaction in ensuring their mobility device is safe, operational and optimized for daily life and independence. Bobby is a proud father of his six month old son and enjoys spending time with his girlfriend and family.

Bobby has been working in the mobility and accessibility industry for seven years. Starting at Shoppers Home Health Care in 2013 as a Central Equipment Pool Service Technician. Bobby enjoys assisting our clients and gains a deep sense of personal satisfaction in ensuring their mobility device is safe, operational and optimized for daily life and independence. Bobby is a proud father of his six month old son and enjoys spending time with his girlfriend and family.

Alex McLean

Director & Player, PowerHockey Canada
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Alex started his powerhockey career in 2003 and has excelled, receiving numerous awards for his play. He has competed at many tournaments, most recently representing Canada at the 2019 Australian Powerchair Hockey Club Championships as well as at the 2018 IWAS World Championship. Having a background in paralegal education, he brings a thoughtful approach to the sport. As a co-founder of PowerHockey Canada, Alex lends an unparalleled wealth of analytical and strategic knowledge that adds to the overall strength and direction of the organization.

Alex started his powerhockey career in 2003 and has excelled, receiving numerous awards for his play. He has competed at many tournaments, most recently representing Canada at the 2019 Australian Powerchair Hockey Club Championships as well as at the 2018 IWAS World Championship. Having a background in paralegal education, he brings a thoughtful approach to the sport. As a co-founder of PowerHockey Canada, Alex lends an unparalleled wealth of analytical and strategic knowledge that adds to the overall strength and direction of the organization.

Liam Miller

Player, Philadelphia Flyers PowerPlay
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Liam is a 23 year old graduate of Temple University currently living in Doylestown, PA. He was the Captain of the 2018 Powerhockey Cup and 2019 PowerHockey Canada Cup winning Philadelphia Flyers PowerPlay and has been involved in powerhockey for about 15 years. When he’s not practicing powerhockey, Liam enjoys spending time with friends, playing video games, watching NHL hockey, and coding.

Liam is a 23 year old graduate of Temple University currently living in Doylestown, PA. He was the Captain of the 2018 Powerhockey Cup and 2019 PowerHockey Canada Cup winning Philadelphia Flyers PowerPlay and has been involved in powerhockey for about 15 years. When he’s not practicing powerhockey, Liam enjoys spending time with friends, playing video games, watching NHL hockey, and coding.

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The Driven To Play Fund fosters and fuels the ongoing growth and development of PowerHockey Canada initiatives. It draws on Canadians’ overwhelming passion for hockey and their unwavering commitment to their communities in order to build a bright, strong, resilient, and sustainable future for powerhockey in Canada.

Providing opportunities for individuals with disabilities to participate, excel and achieve personal successes is the catalyst to the creation of the Driven To Play Fund. Fostering a community where everyone has a role and a purpose is the essence of PowerHockey Canada. As one, together we can achieve a greater understanding of each other and become a stronger country because of it. Please consider donating:

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