Pate therapists recently presented a driver rehabilitation class at the American Occupational Therapy Association’s national conference in Philadelphia.
Occupational therapists Jaimee Perea and Amanda Hoelscher of Pate’s Whitley Place taught the hour long driver rehabilitation class that covered clinical aspects of driving after an acquired brain injury,
Emergency Alert: Calling All Brain Injury Advocates
The U.S. House of Representatives did not vote on the proposed AHCA bill. Due to an apparent lack of votes for passage, the bill was pulled by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan prior to the vote.
Whether or not new legislation on healthcare will be introduced in the future is unknown at this time,
Patient teachers. What better way to prepare for your return to life than teaching others your expert knowledge?
Pate therapists at Whitley Place in the Fort Worth area encourage patients to teach classes for their peers that allow them to share their unique talents and life experience.
Every person who begins brain injury rehabilitation is someone who has a life outside our walls that they’re eager to return to.
For the new year, Pate employees organized a coat drive to collect warm winter clothing for people living on the street in Dallas.
We paired up with an amazing local organization created by Pastor David Miranda who was an interpreter for Pate’s Spanish program before leaving to found his non-profit, The West End Streets project.