Like other challenges resulting from brain injury left sided neglect—a form of attention deficit—can improve with proper education, treatment and training strategies. Learn more about the symptoms of left sided neglect from Katy Koloski, Occupational Therapist, and steps individuals and families can take to increase awareness and improve overall body functioning.
Ken Hellman, Residential Supervisor for NeuroRestorative Rhode Island, is honored by The MENTOR Network–of which NeuroRestorative is a partner–at the 2012 Ripple of Hope Awards. Bill Duffy, COO for NeuroRestorative, presented Ken with the award. "For using your intuition, your patience, and your creativity to ensure the dignity of others," said Bill. "For the relentless pursuit of solutions, your unwillingness to give up hope in finding them, and for living your experience so well that your clients hear beautiful music in their own lives, I am proud to present you with the Ripple of Hope Award."
Victoria (Tori) Harding has worked in almost every aspect of brain injury rehabilitation—a fact that is evident in everything she does. Over Tori’s tenure with NeuroRestorative, she’s played a pivotal role in developing programs in new states, enhancing existing programs, and integrating new opportunities, including the expansion of opportunities for Veterans with traumatic brain injuries. Watch Tori's award presentation made by NeuroRestorative President Bill Duffy at the 2014 Ripple of Hope Awards held in Washington D.C.
NeuroRestorative sponsors the annual Run to Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital philanthropy supporting Veterans returning from service in Afghanistan and Iraq with traumatic brain injuries and their families. Local news network, New England Cable News (NECN) featured the day's events and interviewed NeuroRestorative COO Bill Duffy.
ach soldier who comes to Grove House—a program for Veterans and Military Service Members with traumatic brain injuries operated by NeuroRestorative in collaboration with Virginia NeuroCare—has one experience in common: the boundless love, care and support they receive from House Manager Darlene Pike. Hear more about Darlene's passion for helping others as The Network congratulates her during the 2010 Ripple of Hope Awards ceremony.