NeuroHope Opens Its Doors!
(NEUROHOPE) It has been an exciting week, and I'm happy to announce that NeuroHope has officially opened doors at the University of Indianapolis Sutphin Center in Fountain Square! Nora Foster (DPT) welcomed her first clients, Tamika, Randy, and Aiden to the clinic. They braved the snow to make it, and we were thrilled to have them!
This is a special moment for us all. It is the culmination of two years of hard work and determination for our vision to become a reality. We are a long way from the summit, but this step is evidence that we will be successful in reaching our goal. The need for long-term rehabilitation is real. Hospitals and outpatient programs may be restricted in the care they are able to provide, but we are building a truly unique program that operates outside of the boundaries of traditional care. We are on to something BIG and we have many of you to thank! Your financial support has carried us to this point and helped secure some of the equipment pieces we needed to begin operation. It hasn't taken long to see results.
Our client Randy was able to access the standing frame on Friday, placing him upright for the first time in three years. THAT is a special moment.
A special thanks also goes to the UIndy Krannert School of Physical Therapy and the Sutphin Center for Clinical Care. The home they have provided in the Southeast Community Services building is perfectly situated for our needs. Without their generosity none of this would be possible.
We have hit the ground running, and for now, are open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. In March we will be able to accept most insurance policies for client visits, which will enable more aggressive scheduling.
Your continued support is critical in our early stages.
Learn how you can help with our initial expenses by visiting our donate page. Click here!
Thank you, and stay tuned for an exciting year!