Help from on high
ABOUT 60 people climbed new heights last month to raise awareness and funds for motor neurone disease.
Patients and families of NextMove Physiotherapy in Hillarys took part in a Bluff Knoll walk, raising $20,326.61 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association of WA.
The practice was inspired by one of its patients, Diane Wood, who was diagnosed with the disease a few months ago, and her son Darren, who is also a regular patient.
NextMove physiotherapist Katie Salamone, Diane Wood, managing director Matthew Tribble and physiotherapist Hayley Miller.