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NeuroRestorative Honors Veterans on Veteran’s Day

As our nation pauses to honor those who have served our country this Veteran’s Day, NeuroRestorative programs across the country are marking the day with a host of events to recognize the service and sacrifice of the Veterans we are honored to serve.

President John F. Kennedy once said, “As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.”

For everyone at NeuroRestorative, that means delivering on our promise to do all we can to support Veterans on the road to recovery from brain injury.

“NeuroRestorative is honored to recognize the heroism our nation’s Veterans have displayed. We are proud to serve those individuals who have committed their work to the preservation of our nation’s freedom, and we thank them for their service today,” said Bill Duffy, Chief Operating Officer of NeuroRestorative.

NeuroRestorative is participating in an array of commemorative activities and events in honor of our nation’s Veterans, including:

  • At NeuroRestorative Florida’s program at Avalon Park, Orlando, Veteran participants will attend a special barbecue lunch in their honor. Each Veteran will also have his or her room door decorated by NeuroRestorative staff members.
  • In Pennsylvania at NeuroRestorative’s program located in Fairview, Veterans will be taken out to dinner and then attend a concert at the local Sailors’ and Soldiers’ Home.

“Veteran’s Day is a great opportunity to show our appreciation to Veterans and their families for all of the sacrifices they have made. I feel it is important to show this appreciation not only on Veteran’s Day but year-round,” said Scott Jenco, Program Director of NeuroRestorative Pennsylvania.

  • In southern Illinois Veterans at NeuroRestorative Carbondale will be offered a special lunch and complimentary haircuts by local vendors in the community.

“Veteran’s Day is a time to honor current, past, and future members of the military and their families—individuals who have kept and continue to keep us safe every day. We are thankful as they provide us the ability to have all the freedoms our nation has to offer,” said Chris Williamson, Regional Vice President for NeuroRestorative, Central Division.