WHIM Events - What's Happening?

The Wheelchair Health In Motion (WHIM) program is more than weekly physical workouts and positive peer support. Throughout the year, WHIM holds different activities and events that compliment the exercise and social features of this program. These special activities and events allow the entire WHIM community to get together.


November 2022


WHIM Exercise (WHIM at Home)

A subprogram of Wheelchair Health In Motion, brought to you remotely. Enjoy the same exercise, learning, and socializing WHIM community sites offer, but from the ease, comfort, and safety of your home.


**If you or someone you know wants to participate in WHIM at Home,

but needs access to remote conferencing technology, please contact us at whim4wellness@gmail.com** 


Tuesdays with




Thursdays with




Access Tuesday and Thursday WHIM Zoom classes using link above or


Go to: www.zoom/us


Meeting ID: 850 1492 3172
Passcode: 700222



WHIM Webinar: Billing Medicare Yourself

Did you know you can bill Medicare directly for services and equipment not typically covered by insurance? Activity-based physical therapy, for example, offered at non-Medicare participating facilities will be covered.

Want to learn more? Join Michelle for a two part webinar starting November 14th at 3pm. Here we will discuss the basics of the process. And on November 30th at 3pm, we will go into detail about what to expect after submitting your request to Medicare.


Michelle Maslanka, Webinar Presenter

As a spinal cord injury survivor I have a unique advantage in understanding the challenges of getting services needed to recover as much as possible.  I have been battling Medicare for the specialized physical therapy services offered at Project Walk for the last three years and have been successful in receiving reimbursement.  It is my belief that everyone is entitled to the fullest recovery possible, regardless of how much time that may take.  It is my mission to help individuals get the services they deserve to achieve recovery by helping them receive medical coverage and by showing them how to be their own best advocate.