One of our clients, Scott Priestley was recently awarded the Royal Rehab Achievement Award at the 2017 Annual Ryde Sports Foundation Dinner which was held at Ryde Eastwood Leagues Club on Friday 5 May.
The awards support, encourage and celebrate the achievements of local athletes and Royal Rehab clients, both past and present as they get back into the sports they love.
Paralympic Legend Louise Sauvage OAM was the special guest speaker along with other guests including former Davis Cup Tennis player and now Federal Member for Bennelong, John Alexander.
Twelve athletes representing a wide variety of sports were presented with trophies and acknowledged as local sports stars by the Ryde Sports Foundation.
Royal Rehab also presented two Achievement Awards. One Award went to a former spinal client and now Paralympian Jonathon Milne. Jonathon won a Bronze Medal at the Rio Games in 2016. The other Award was presented to Scott Priestley an Ambassador of the Brain Injury Unit Wall of Fame and now enjoying success as a Sailor with Sailors With a disAbility.
The presentation to Scott Priestley was made by the CEO of Royal Rehab Stephen Lowndes.
Independent Mobility and Rehab has been a proud supporter of Scott and we are very proud to be able to supply Scott with all of his accessibility and mobility equipment keeping him on the move.