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“From innovation in Finland, to the fight against blindness in India, to health care in Saudi Arabia, quality around the world is something to celebrate and recognize. Add your input and join the Global Quality Community in celebrating and advancing quality during World Quality Month throughout November. Valuable quality contributions in businesses, communities, and institutions are shared, as are quality tools and techniques, heroes, the stories of quality in practice every day, and events.
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By: Jessica Bahny, NCC Activities Coordinator
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The team at Special Tree is proud to help support our local communities. To help schools in the local community, Riverview Residential Program Manager Debbie Justice and client Adam dropped off two backpacks full of donated school supplies to Riverview School District’s Huntington Elementary and Seitz Middle School. Debbie and Adam even ran into an old Riverview neighbor who works in the middle school office! The schools’ principals were very grateful for the donation and Debbie plans to stay in touch with both schools to help support students throughout the year. A special thanks to Riverview Rehabilitation Service Technician, Darlene McCellen who donated a portion of the school supplies.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on July 31, 2012 - 3:15pm
Outpatient client Carroll P. thought his fishing days were over after he sustained a spinal cord injury in 2008, but all that changed with some help from the "Fishing Doc." The Fishing Doc is a cool new adaptive fishing pole that Carroll recently tried out at a charity fishing tournament put on by bass pro Kevin Vandam and the Detroit Lions. Michigan Out of Doors TV, which airs on WTVS-TV, was at the event and filmed Carroll using the fishing pole which he maneuvered through the joy stick on his power chair. The event brought out some of the world’s greatest bass pros to fish alongside Lions players and sponsors at Kensington Metropark on June 12th.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on April 26, 2012 - 1:46pm
We've finally made it, spring is here. And nothing welcomes longer days and warmer temperatures like a trip to the ballpark. This past weekend clients Darin H., and Loren K., from Moravian West set out to Comerica Park to cheer on the Tiger's as they took on the Texas Rangers. The afternoon game came to a close with beautiful blue skies, smiles and a Tiger's victory, 3-2 over the Rangers.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on March 29, 2012 - 11:31am
By: Jessica BahnyActivities Assistant, NeuroCare Center Once a month, the Activities Team likes to do a larger outing with two or three clients. In honor of African American History Month, in February we decided to pay a visit to the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit.
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By: Kari Webster NeuroCare Center Activity Aide
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on February 20, 2012 - 12:26pm
By: Jessica Bahny
NCC Activites Assistant
Well, the holiday season is officially behind us. We’re into the New Year, and looking ahead to spring! Technically, life is supposed to “slow down” a little bit for us all after that big holiday rush- not in the activity department! We’re just as busy as ever! This post, I really want to share some of the fantastic outings we’ve been doing here at NCC. With the cooler weather, we’re pretty much restricted to indoor outings. Sure, we love going to the park, fishing, the zoo and all of that good stuff- but when the air gets cold where can you go? MUSEUMS!!!!
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on February 7, 2012 - 3:46pm
|Kevin with Dr. Derius & Big Dog Blast|
When Kevin walks into a room everyone notices. His smooth voice and warm asking, ‘What’ss up?’ let’s everyone know he’s there.