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Classes are starting October 30, 2014. The NextSteps program is based on the principles of self-management. The self-management approach to health recognizes that YOU play the most important role in your recovery.

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Chris' Story

On November 30th, 2011, after an intense morning of working with my son and his autism therapy team, I decided to go into our local climbing gym, with my 4 year old son in-tow. I was a typical stressed-out mom…spinning in lots of directions, trying to manage child and self-care, and climbing was one of my ways of de-stressing and being active.    I remember walking into the gym and saying to the guy behind the desk: more

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