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National Provider Appreciation Day

 

For National Provider Appreciation Day we wanted to send a BIG thank you to the facilities that allow us to provide our patients the means to achieve- day by day, by day by day. We can’t thank you enough and we appreciate all that you do! #NationalProviderAppreciationDay

By on May 11, 2018 in Autism Treatment, Cognitive Therapies, Feeding & Swallowing Therapies, General, Health Insurance 101, Hearing Impairment, Speech Therapy, Uncategorized, Voice Disorders, What to Expect, Who We Are

Parkinson’s Grant!

HUGE SHOUT OUT to Mr. B for being selected, among few others- to receive The Parkinson’s Voice Project SPEAK OUT!® and LOUD Crowd® Grant!! We are officially the ONE AND ONLY facility in Nevada able to provide patients suffering from Parkinson’s the means to offset their cost of therapy. We’re swimming for the sun in more ways than one by providing the services necessary, at minimal cost to the sufferer, This is just the beginning-we couldn’t keep our lips sealed! More to come soon! #ParkinsonsVoiceProject #WayToGoMrB #ProvidingTheMeansToAchieve

By on May 1, 2018 in Cognitive Therapies, General, Health Insurance 101, Philanthropy, Resources, Uncategorized, Voice Disorders, What to Expect, Who We Are

Veterans Village

If you know someone who can benefit from laundry,on-site medical, transportation, pharmaceuticals, on-site beauty or barber shops-you may want to find additional information-and even earliest availability-from Veterans Village. See how they’re able to serve you with dignity and discrete touch you deserve. (702) 333-4100 and feel free to visit them online at: www.vvlv3.org

By on April 25, 2018 in Cognitive Therapies, General, Health Insurance 101, Hearing Impairment, Philanthropy, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

World Parkinson’s Awareness Day

Did you know that back in 1980 there was a specific and rare tulip created by a dutch horticulturalist named J.W.S. Van der Wereld who believe it or not-actually was affected with Parkinson’s disease?! It’s true! It meant so much to him he actually attributed it and named it after to Dr. James Parkinson (a surgeon from England who had been the first to describe the disease in as early as 1812.) Ever since 2005- on the 11th day in April the imagery of the tulip is shared worldwide as an ode to Parkinson’s awareness in April and to show support to caregivers, patients, and affected families everywhere. We’re swimming for the sun in more ways than one, by spreading the word. How are you showing your support for World Parkinson’s Awareness Day?

By on April 11, 2018 in Cognitive Therapies, General, Philanthropy, Resources, Uncategorized, Voice Disorders, What to Expect, Who We Are
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