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Rehab Resources Star - James

At Rehab Resources, we like to celebrate success.  Our therapists are excited to work together with patients and their families to create positive outcomes. Today, we would like to highlight some of James' goals and strengths. 

 

James is a playful, happy boy who loves basketball, books, and the outdoors.  He has a lot to say and works very hard in therapy.  He is an explorer and has a big heart.  James recieves out patient PT, OT, and ST at our Mequon clinic.  Meet James here!

 

Meet James

Tell us about yourself and your family.

My name is James. I am 3 years old and am only child.  I go to school at New Frontiers Preschool in Grafton, WI.

What are your favorite things to do at home?   

I love to play golf, basketball, and read lots of books! I also love to be outside as much as I can.

What do you love to do around town?     

I love to go to swim lessons every week and go shopping with my mom.

What are your favorite activities in therapy?  

With Ms. Jennie, I love to play basketball. With Ms. Katie, I love to play games and make art projects. With Ms. Cindy, I love to play with the garbage truck and cash register.

What do you hope to accomplish with the help of therapy?

I hope to continue to gain my independence in daily activities.

Tell us about a recent success story at therapy.       

I have been in speech therapy for at least a year with Ms. Cindy and I talk so much now. I am starting to put my words together to make longer sentences. 

As our star's caregiver, how has therapy made a difference in your daily life?      

Ozaukee Therapy has been life changing for James.  Ms. Jennie, Ms. Katie, and Ms. Cindy have helped James accomplish so many things and I am not sure where he would be without them!

      

 

Congratulations James on all of your hard work in therapy!

 

 

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