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Please give a warm welcome to EJ Gann, SPT (Student Physical Therapist)! He is joining us for a clinical internship all the way from the University of California at San Francisco. You’ll see him working with Beth Jones, PT for the summer.
6/21/2016: Our staff had a fun morning at Serenity Grace Farm in Franklinton. We got to learn about the benefits horse riding has on special needs children and adults. They offer private and group lessons at a good price. Check them out! http://www.serenitygracefarm.com/
Two new Beth’s makes us Beth²! We are so happy to welcome Beth Mantkowski, OTR/L! She is a recent graduate, bringing new and improved techniques to Allied Rehab. Read her bio here.
We are so excited to welcome Beth Jones, PT here at Allied Rehab! She has years of experience and is ready to see anyone from birth to 99! Read about her here.
Read more about signs of a stroke here.
We are so happy to be a participating provider in the Veteran’s Choice Program! Confused on what to do next? Give us a call, or read the fact sheet here.
Jennifer is helping this visually-impaired man learn to walk with ease on a new prosthetic leg. Click here to watch a video! We are the only practice in the area with the ceiling harness, which allows patients to walk without fear of falling.
Allied Rehab’s Holiday Canned Food Drive is going on now through December! We are collecting non-perishables to deliver to Tri-Area Ministry, a local food pantry right here in Wake Forest. Read about them here. They are in particular need of canned chicken/tuna, jars of peanut butter and jelly, canned fruits and vegetables, cans of ravioli, and cans of soup. We will have a donation box in the lobby and plan to donate before Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. Now is a great time to clean out your pantry for a good cause. Happy Holidays!
Click here to find out more information! The article lists typical milestones at different ages, up to 60 months. Very helpful! One tip from the article: “Always refer a child [to speech therapy] who stutters or experiences swallowing difficulty!”.
We have been pretty busy at the office! We’ve had a bake sale, paid to wear jeans on Fridays, and recently participated in the 2015 Triangle Run/Walk for Autism. ALL proceeds from these events were donated to the NC Autism Society, totaling over $700!!! Looking forward to next year’s fundraiser- we may have to set our goal even higher!