Cetarra Lewis is all smiles as she walks in a Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer with encouragement of her instructional aide, Pam Smith, left and program manager, Loie Rhodes, right, at United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento and Northern California’s adult day program at the Aero Haven campus in North Highlands, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015. UCP is asking Book of Dreams readers to help them add a new Pacer to aid additional clients in the MOVE program.
Cetarra Lewis is all smiles as she walks in a Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer with encouragement of her instructional aide, Pam Smith, left and program manager, Loie Rhodes, right, at United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento and Northern California’s adult day program at the Aero Haven campus in North Highlands, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015. UCP is asking Book of Dreams readers to help them add a new Pacer to aid additional clients in the MOVE program. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Cetarra Lewis is all smiles as she walks in a Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer with encouragement of her instructional aide, Pam Smith, left and program manager, Loie Rhodes, right, at United Cerebral Palsy of Sacramento and Northern California’s adult day program at the Aero Haven campus in North Highlands, Thursday, Nov. 12, 2015. UCP is asking Book of Dreams readers to help them add a new Pacer to aid additional clients in the MOVE program. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
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Device helps those with disabilities become more mobile

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