Leah was born with Down Syndrome. And it was a surprise to her parents. All they want is for her to be happy, but she really struggled to eat as a baby. Leah could nurse, but bottles didn’t work and a pacifier was never comforting. Imagine not being able to
Team Tuesdays can be stressful with so many patients and their families visiting the Clinic on the same day. Sometimes our longtime volunteer, Joni, will bring Nola to visit with patients. Nola is a King Charles Spaniel with the perfect disposition to bring calming joy on a busy day. Joni
Our renovation is nearing a close, and the fresh paint on our building exterior is the latest evidence. Here’s a rather astounding “during” and “after” so you can enjoy the transformation.
Our new atrium entrance and elevator are in place! The new entry is open for use now, and the elevator will be ready after inspections.
The new KidZone is nearly complete! Our playhouse has taken shape, and we have fluffy white clouds suspended from the ceiling. This creative accent gives the room dimension, plus helps reduce noise.
Here are photos of our new elevator and main entrance, PLUS the removal of an old (unknown!) fuel oil tank. Staff reports that the building shook when it was yanked out!
Plus clinical workroom, elevator, hallway, conference room, offices, and research center!
Fall 2020 Newsletter Released LCPC is excited to announce that our speech pathology department is growing! Brittany Bilitzo will be joining Pilar Tobin on our team of speech and language pathologists in our expanding department. Brittany, an MS CCC-SLP, comes to us from Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Ohio where she completed a