Recognizing International Day of Persons with Disabilities

On this International Day of Persons with Disabilities, Huatuo Clinic proudly joins the global community in recognizing the strength, resilience, and unique abilities of individuals facing diverse health challenges. Our commitment to inclusivity extends beyond words – it’s reflected in our actions.

Introducing the Alberta Innovative Disabilities Program

As part of our ongoing dedication to accessible healthcare, we are thrilled to announce the Alberta Innovative Disabilities Program (AIDP). This groundbreaking initiative, generously funded by the Alberta Government, aims to provide FREE acupuncture treatments to individuals living with disabilities.

Program Highlights:

  • Eligibility: Open to those living with a disability, currently enrolled in the Alberta PDD or FSCD program, or providing eligible documentation. Participants coping with pain and mental health concerns are encouraged to apply.
  • Treatment Details: Enjoy FREE acupuncture sessions over 1 to 3 months, a minimum of twice a week. Engage in 1 initial and 2-3 follow-up survey data collections throughout the course of your personalized treatment.

Why Acupuncture?

Acupuncture has long been recognized for its holistic benefits, particularly in addressing pain management and mental well-being. At Huatuo Clinic, our experienced practitioners, including Dr. Xin Xia, Dr. Dennis Lee, Dr. Kyle Picard, Dr. Wanda Duong are dedicated to providing a unique blend of traditional Chinese medicine and modern holistic approaches.

How to Participate

Join us in promoting inclusivity and well-being. If you or a loved one is eligible and interested in the Alberta Innovative Disabilities Program, visit www.abidp.ca to learn more and sign up.

Huatuo Clinic’s Commitment

Our mission extends beyond treatment; it’s about fostering a community where everyone, regardless of their abilities, has access to high-quality healthcare. We believe that health and well-being are fundamental rights, and we are proud to contribute to creating a more supportive and inclusive society.

This International Day of Persons with Disabilities, let’s celebrate diversity, promote understanding, and work towards a healthier, more connected world.

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