Indication of Successful Inclusion
Project GAIN has not yet identified the empirical results of the research initiative. However, by looking at the data, certain trends can be noted as having a positive and direct impact on inclusion.
Participant Testimonials/Case Studies
"After the stroke I didn't think I could do anything but this Project GAIN has taught me that I could still do whatever I thought I could do. I have made some new friends and the instructors are very adept at teaching us to play the game correctly and it has helped to keep me from getting depressed. I enjoy the fresh air, sunshine and meeting new friends."
Jack Keegan, stroke survivor
"This is a great program and am glad that Jack can be a part since I am a golfer and had not played since he had his stroke. I am looking forward to many golf vacations."
Caroline Keegan, Jack's wife
"I can't talk enough about this program. It's fantastic about the friends I have made. I now play golf at least once a week. I couldn't do anything before but now I know I can. I think it's a fantastic program. We need more."
Eugene Smith, stroke survivor
"This has been a tremendous amount of help in playing this golf game. It helps me to get out on the road all the time. I now play regularly with friends I have met here. If we didn't have this program, we would never do anything. It's been very helpful for me and my wife."
Ted Ammiro, stroke survivor