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On a new PATH®

Presbyterian Manors of Mid-America (PMMA) as a system has been providing senior care and services for more than 70 years across Kansas and Missouri (and coming soon to Colorado).As a part of the service to seniors, PMMA has always offered care after hospitalizations through skilled nursing and physical, occupational and speech therapies with the objective of supporting a return to prior levels of independence and overall health.
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September 17, 2019

A will to help

Karen Werdehausen and other Fulton Presbyterian Manor therapists provide the invaluable service of getting residents back on their feet and back in their homes.Growing up watching her twin sister struggle with the debilitating effects of Cerebral Palsy, Karen developed a deep respect for the importance of physical therapy.“Going through that and experiencing that, I had a passion from there,” said Karen, who has worked as a Physical Therapist Assistant at Presbyterian Manor
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August 16, 2019

The Power of Rehabilitation

September 16-22, we celebrated National Rehabilitation Awareness Week. This week was established by the National Rehabilitation Awareness Foundation to "educate people about the benefits and impact of rehabilitation, develop programs which aim to increase opportunities for the nearly 50 million Americans with disabilities, and help those who are disabled live up to their fullest potential.
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September 22, 2018

PATH program brings progress and peace of mind

Earl and Pat O’Rourke are well-known figures in the Fulton community, and they have touched many lives through their work and community involvement. So when Earl had a stroke in August, his family turned to Fulton Presbyterian Manor’s PATH® (Post Acute to Home) rehabilitation program. He was completely paralyzed on his left side. Earl spent a week at Boone Hospital, then another four weeks at Rusk Rehabilitation for acute therapy. Once he came to Fulton Presbyterian Manor, he felt at “home.”
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December 21, 2017
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