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On May 8 and 9, staff from Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center of Effingham, NH made up of Administrator David Armstrong, Director of Adult Programs Joe Viana, and Director of Nursing Lorene Zammuto were in Center Stafford, NH for the “Military Orientation Training for Brain Injury Professionals,” an intensive, interactive day learning about some of what soldiers experience in the battlefield.
This training allowed Lakeview representatives to better understand the physical and mental toll that war takes on veterans and how Lakeview can better treat its patients who have been in a war zone.
The training began by giving attendees a standard-issue ballistic vest and helmet, ear buds and protective eyewear. Over the course of the day the Lakeveiw employees were given the chance to ride in a Humvee, shoot automatic weapon replicas, experience a medical evacuation, and go for a spin in a Black Hawk helicopter.
We are pleased to have Carolyn Roy-Bornstein, physician/writer/mother, and author of Crash, as our opening Keynote Speaker; and Hilary Zayed presenting the 1st Annual Beverley Bryant Memorial Lecture: “ Reinventing Oneself - A Defining Moment”.
Who should attend: open to all the public: educational professionals, health care providers, survivors, family members, and students interested in learning more about the effects of brain injury and the progress that is being made to give survivors a full and healthy life. There will be a variety of topics offered within four tracks.
For more information, call Lori Sandefur at 603-568-8817.
In the spirit of the World Cup, on Thursday July 10th, Lakeview’s Specialty Hospital & Rehab’s Child & Adolescent Complex Care Residential Care Program participated in a soccer event coordinated and led by the FC Wisconsin Eclipse U-17 team.
The team began with a group warmup guiding the residents and staff through stretching and flexibility exercises. Residents and staff divided into three groups and rotated through three training stations working with the soccer team to sharpen their individual skills. The training focused on passing, dribbling, juggling, and shooting.