Plasman Generously Donates Essential Equipment

(CHATHAM, ONTARIO) – The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent (CTCF-CK) received a donation of much-needed equipment from Plasman that will benefit two areas of programming: the outdoor playground area and School Based Rehabilitation Services (SBRS).

The outdoor playground area received an accessible picnic table that will cater to the needs of individuals with mobility challenges, ensuring they can fully enjoy outdoor recreational spaces alongside their peers and families. SBRS received three Zuma Rocker Chairs. The Zuma chairs are specialized chairs that look like a traditional classroom chair but have cantilever legs that allow for a gentle rocking motion while seated, ideal for children who have sensory and muscle tone needs.

“Year after year, we are filled with joy about the commitment we receive from Plasman and its employees and share our heartfelt thanks for their generous donation,” says Mike Genge, President and CEO, CTCF-CK. “Their long-standing dedication to the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent has greatly enhanced our ability to create an inclusive and supportive environment for all children in our community.”

Plasman approached the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation earlier this year looking to support identified areas of need. The equipment supported was based on a collaborative discussion between CTC-CK clinicians and members of Plasman.

“I feel an immense sense of pride as this partnership is another example of how Plasman strives to work with and for the communities in which we live and operate,” explained Sean Borrowman, Vice President HR, North America, Plasman. “We are committed to our community partnerships by providing support in creating safe and healthy environments to promote a sustainable future for children and our new leaders of tomorrow. We place great importance on working together as one team committed to affecting change, helping children in need, and giving back to our communities.”