The services Drayer Physical Therapy Institute provides to people living with MS includes a very comprehensive care treatment plan. They believe in treating the patient and informing each of them about their disease and helping them to understand variable health concerns and different aspects of a suitable treatment plan to help each patient receive the greatest benefit in their individualized treatment plan. Drayer Physical therapy staff work on individualized treatment plans that are custom to each MS patient as not all patients need the same type of therapy services.  If the patient is having difficulty with balance and muscle tone, the program will be tailored to that specific need.  The staff play an active role in each patient and are very encouraging and engaging with their patients.

The staff at Drayer are aware of the society resources and connect their patients to the National MS Society for community programs, connection groups and to speak to an MS Navigator to ensure they are aware about the local society programs and support.

Matt Halunen, Director, Corporate Relations National MS Society

Pillars with Purpose is and will continue to be a part of our team’s foundation. Servant leadership and giving back in any way that we can only strengthen the overall mission of the company. I am humbled to work with a team that has this type of emphasis engrained within its culture.

David Harris, VP of Integrations,

These meals will help keep kids in school, provide new and expecting mothers with good nutrition, and support families in the wake of disasters. The Pillars volunteers were wonderful to work with, and we were excited to have them join our movement to end hunger! We were so grateful to partner with Upstream's Pillars with Purpose for this volunteer day. It was amazing to have so many people come together to package over 180,000 meals for hungry children around the world.

Toni Marraccini, Senior Global Account Manager, Rise Against Hunger, http://www.riseagainsthunger.org

Our brothers and sisters at Drayer Physical Therapy built a school in a remote area where no education would have been possible. This school has not only taught children but also provided clean water from its well to the community, employed teachers, and supplied daily food to those who might not eat otherwise. Graduates of this school are now parents who are teaching their children how empowering an education can be to the child, the family, and the community. We (at Promise for Haiti) are so appreciative for the many years that we have been able to partner with you to reach the wonderful people surrounding Pignon. The Lord has blessed our work together and we pray that He continues to do so for many more years to come! Thank you from all of us!

Sue Ishee, Board Treasurer, Promise for Haiti, http://www.promiseforhaiti.org