Marie Connelly is a Complete Patient Advocate who relies on her 35+ years of experience in the medical field to guide her clients through a complicated – and often overwhelming – medical system to help them find the best care possible for their situations.
Today, Americans live in a culture that places a high premium on being “fast” – fast food, fast cars, fast service, speedy delivery, and instant gratification. As a result, we often feel great pressure to make decisions quickly. At the same time, we want them to be the “right” decisions, and we can feel frustrated or dismayed when things don’t turn out the way we’d hoped.
Graduation is a time when event planners who don’t generally think about wheelchair ramps must put them on their agendas. Graduation ceremonies aren’t always held in buildings that are wheelchair accessible. With improved weather across much of the country, outdoor graduations are generally the norm. Schools, colleges, universities, and other institutions are required to comply with the Americans With Disabilities Act, making wheelchair ramp rentals an ideal solution.
At one time, it was easy enough for Debra Roush to simply carry her son Robert Martin in and out of the house. Approaching age 4, however, Robert is growing, despite Spinal Muscular Atrophy.
With a population at about 20,000 people, Huntington may seem like just another Northern Indiana small town. Perhaps one of the more striking aspects is its commitment to residents and to those living in surrounding counties who have disabilities.