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Rehabilitation center presents program to West Side Career and Tech students


February 19. 2013 8:24PM
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Allied Services/Heinz Rehabilitation Center recently presented a program on brain and spinal cord injuries to the Health Related Technology and Law Enforcement Police Science classes at West Side Career and Technology Center, Pringle. The ‘Think First Program of Northeastern Pennsylvania' is modeled after the award-winning American Association of Neurological Surgeons and Congress of Neurological Surgeons. The program is designed to provide students with basic training about brain and spinal cord injuries. The program was presented by Matthew Banford, assistant director of occupational therapy, and Laura Kintner, occupational therapist and certified brain specialist. Participants, from left, first row, are Cassandra Smith, Courtney Powell, Julie Koons, Natasha Stansk, Bridget Davis, Sami Matello, Lauren Steidinger, Tia Jola, Julie Yackhmovicz, Bailey Mizenko and Ryan Even. Second row: Tiffany Davis, Amber Fink, Lorraine Breslin, Alexis Kennedy, Taylor White, Katelyn Jones, Jessica Beseda, Samantha Rosencrans, Keysha Roman, Kareemah Condry, Karen Klein, Christie Kane and Jeff Eck. Third row: Courtney Castner, Catherine George, Jim Davis, Joseph Eck, Tyler Brobst, Sam Lewis, Cassandra Laureano, Michelle Sikora, Kaitlin Melodick, Summer Franklin, Kynia Pugh, Jenna Adams and Kelly Thomas.




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