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SIRH Pediatric Therapy Clinic to Celebrate 10-Year Anniversary with Open House
Southern Indiana Rehab Hospital (SIRH) Pediatric Therapy Clinic has helped hundreds of children over the span of its 10 years of operations, whether through therapies for autism, cerebral palsy, injuries, communication disorders and more. SIRH will host an open house for patients and the community to celebrate the milestone. It is the first SIRH outpatient facility to reach the 10-year mark. One of the pediatric therapy patients who will be in attendance with her parents at the open house will be 4-year-old Taylor Fitch.
SIRH Pediatric Therapy Clinic 10-Year Anniversary and Open House
Tuesday, July 19, 2016
10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
11 a.m. – SIRH pediatric patient Taylor Fitch to arrive
Southern Indiana Rehab Hospital/Pediatric Therapy Clinic
1329 Applegate Lane
Clarksville, IN 47129
Taylor Fitch, SIRH pediatric patient, and her mother
Randy Napier, president, SIRH
Brad Kruer, director of outpatient services, SIRH
Cathy Stewart, PT Pediatric Team Leader
Interviews with SIRH staff
Interviews with SIRH pediatric patient families upon request
Photo/video of games, face painting and cake
One of the pediatric therapy patients who will be in attendance with her parents at the open house will be 4-year-old Taylor Fitch. Taylor was diagnosed with arthrogryposis as a child, a condition that causes joints to lack the normal range of motion or to be crooked. Due to Taylor's diagnosis, she has limited use of her arms, legs and hands, so she has a specialized wheelchair that allows her greater mobility. She receives occupational therapy and physical therapy at SIRH to help her gain increased function to play and interact.
About Southern Indiana Rehab Hospital
Southern Indian Rehab Hospital is a 60-bed facility owned and operated by Frazier Rehab Institute and Floyd Memorial Hospital and Health Services. Since 1994, SIRH has been providing inpatient and outpatient physical, occupational, speech and psychology therapy services to children and adults suffering from injuries, illnesses and disabilities.