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As 2014 draws to a close, we wanted to Thank-You for your support of our Lakeview Programs this year. Lakeview looks forward to continuing to improve outcomes for patients & families impacted by neurological disease and disorders.
Caroline Feller, Director of Community Development, was honored to be a part of this inspirational story of the Johnson family in partnership with the GE Healthy Imagination Team. The link below shares the story of Kaitlyn and her journey of recovery after sustaining a severe traumatic brain injury.
“ It was an honor to be part of this joyous experience and reflect on our gifts as we enter this wonderful time of year”, states Caroline Feller.
On behalf of us all of us Lakeview, we would like to extend our warmest greetings of the season and best wishes for happiness in the New Year. Thank you for choosing Lakeview programs to support and serve your loved one. We wish you all the best and as always thank you.
On Saturday October 18, 2014 Lakeview was honored to help support and assist the Wounded Warrior Project. The Wounded Warrior Project is creating a documentary featuring Warriors in their current environment across the nation and focusing on what he or she has accomplished in their current assignment. The goal of the documentary is to help increase awareness and enlist the public's aid for the needs of injured service members.
Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center, in conjunction with the New Hampshire and Maine Case Management Society of New England Chapters, sponsored the “Caring for you Brain” conference on October 15 and 16 in Wolfeboro, NH. The CMSNE, which is a multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary network of healthcare professionals working in the specialized practice of case management, hosted the event which featured an evening with a motor coach CEU presentation on “Post Concussive Syndrome in the Work Place” by COO/President and noted Neuropsychologist, Tina M. Trudel, PhD.
Participants were driven to Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center’s picturesque main campus in Effingham, NH to tour the NeuroRehabilitation Program. Following the one-hour tour, participants disembarked from the Effingham Campus and returned to The Inn on Main in Wolfeboro to enjoy a light meal, cocktails and networking opportunity.
The Lakeview Specialty Hospital & Rehab Adult Residential Program of the Waterford, WI braved the cold and windy weather on the morning of Saturday, October 4, and participated in the 11th Annual Brain Injury Alliance of WI (BIAW) Walk for Thought.
Staff and residents participated in the walk bringing together people from across the state who have been touched by brain injury. The walk helped raise awareness in the community and help BIAW continue to provide resources, services, programs, and support to individuals with brain injury, their families and professionals.
Daniel Murray, MS, OT/L at Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center receives 2014 Compass Award from Area Agency
Lakeview NeuroRehabilitation Center’s Daniel Murray was recently nominated and selected as a recipient of the 2014 Compass Award. This award recognizes an individual or entity that exemplifies, “Guidance, Support and Advocacy,” and has selflessly taken action toward helping our local communities be more informed, better places for all to enjoy, and welcoming for citizens of all abilities. He will be honored and presented with the award at the Community Crossroad’s premier biennial event, Celebrating Community Partnerships, which takes place October 9 from 6-9 p.m. at Atkinson Country Club.
On Sunday, September 28, amidst the skirl of Scottish bagpipes, Lakeview Administrator Dave Armstrong, led the center’s residents and staff participation in the 28th Annual Walk by the Sea.
It was a beautiful, sunny day for the event, of which 18 residents from the Lakeview Effingham campus, Freedom House, Victorian House and Thompson House successfully completed the walk. The center surpassed all prior fundraising goals by raising $2,707.59 for the Brain Injury Association of NH, which marks the largest sum collected by Lakeview thus far, marking an incredible achievement.
Lakeview Specialty Hospital Rehab-Wisconsin
On Thursday, October 2, 2014 Lakeview Specialty Hospital in Waterford Wisconsin hosted a seminar for over 50 participants in the Merka Theatre. The seminar, entitled Brain Injury-Strategies and Treatment through the Continuum of Care, featured three distinguished presenters in the field of brain injury.
Mary Voegeli, FNP-BC, CRRN from Medical College of Wisconsin opened the day addressing Sleep Disorders after Brain Injury. Dr. Nicholas Ketchum, Medical College of Wisconsin followed Ms. Voegeli’s presentation focusing on Spasticity Management following a Traumatic Brain Injury. The day finished with our own COO, Dr. Tina Trudel addressing the participants on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Brain Injury.
Tuesday September 30, 2014 marks a special day for Lakeview Specialty Hospital & Rehab in Waterford, Wisconsin. Lakeview received its official State Brain Certification for three levels of care programs including: coma recovery, neurobehavioral, and TBI neurorehabilitation.
Lakeview Specialty Hospital & Rehab is the premier choice for patients requiring continued treatment for medical complexities, neurobehavioral and neurodevelopmental needs. Licensed as an acute care hospital and designated as a Long Term Acute Care Hospital, Lakeview Specialty Hospital & Rehab has proven success in the following core programs: Ventilator/Tracheostomy weaning; Complex Wound Care and Wound Healing; Brain Injury and Coma Recovery, and residential care for adults and youth with neurodevelopmental challenges.
Lakeview is pleased to announce that Diane Gutierrez, MEd, has joined our Northeast programs as Associate Administrator, overseeing Case Management, Community Programs and Quality Assurance. Ms. Gutierrez has a background in education and psychology, and has over twenty years in healthcare, specializing in acute care, residential, and home & community-based programs. She completed her initial training in brain injury at The Institute for Rehabilitation and Research (TIRR) of Houston, TX, one of the nation’s leading rehabilitation hospitals, where she was part of a TBI Model System and other federal grant projects.