Parkinson’s LSVT Refresher

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Parkinson’s LSVT Refresher

November 29 @ 10:00 am - 10:45 am

Free
white senior man holding weight working with physical therapists for LSVT LOUD Parkinson's Disease therapy

At NMC Health, your health is our focus. Because of this, we’re launching a new way for those living with Parkinson’s disease to maximize their potential and live their best lives.

What is the Meeting?

Feel safe and welcomed when you join us for a free monthly refresher meeting on the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) program. You can hear from experts as you get motivated to start or continue your BIG & LOUD lifestyle, ask questions, and gain support! Learn from our experts.

We are lucky to have four therapists certified in the LSVT BIG (physical therapy) & LOUD (speech therapy) programs to help you communicate and move better.

We host these meetings the last Monday of each month at 10 am.

Who Can Attend?

Individuals and family members who have Parkinson’s disease or Parkinsonism. There is no need to register for this meeting.

Where is the Meeting?

All meetings happen at NMC Health PT & Rehab at 510 E. Wheatridge Drive in Newton.

Questions? Contact us! 

Contact NMC Health, Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation at 316-836-4700 with any questions you have.

Details

Date:
November 29
Time:
10:00 am - 10:45 am
Cost:
Free
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Organizer

NMC Health
Phone:
316-804-6222

Venue

NMC Health | Physical Therapy & Rehabilitation
510 Wheatridge Drive
Newton, KS 67114 United States
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3168364700
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Sunflower Cafe Refresh Project

Exciting news! NMC Health’s Sunflower Café will be getting a
refresh starting Friday, December 3. When the Sunflower Café reopens, you will
see new flooring, new surfaces on the service lines, freshly painted walls, and
some changes to the layout.

Why a refresh?

  • Some of our older surfaces need updates to ensure they comply with current
    infection control standards
  • A more flexible design, will allow us to provide better service and new
    options in the future

How does this impact me?

During the renovation, there will be no disruptions to
regular patient room service or Meals on Wheels protocols. The regular
cafeteria space will be closed (see image below). Because of this, you will see
the following temporary changes:

  • Use the hallway by the Board Room and Adrian Room to enter the Cafeteria.
  • Food will be served from the Osage Room and South Dining Room.
    • IMPORTANT – On Friday, December 3, breakfast sandwiches and cold lunches will be served from the North Dining Room. Dinner service will not be available December 3. Service will end at 1:30pm on December 3 to allow for the moving of equipment.
    • There will be NO FOOD SERVICE on Sunday, December 19. The cafeteria will be closed to allow for the moving of equipment. Please plan accordingly.
    • All other Cafeteria hours will remain the same.
    • Both hot and cold food options will be available during the renovations.
    • The free Beverage Center will be closed 12/3 – 12/19. Vending machines will be available. Please plan accordingly.
    • Staff members will be able to access the Osage Room after hours for grab & go options.
    • Microwaves may be temporarily unavailable. We’re working on a solution, but plan for them to be inaccessible.
  • Seating in the South Dining Room will be limited, but the North Dining Room will
    be available.

On Monday, December 20, we plan to return to normal Sunflower Café services. There will be one permanent change.

  • Fountain beverages will no longer be available for purchase from the Sunflower Café.
    This equipment is being permanently removed to improve visibility for our
    servers and cashiers. Bottled sodas may be purchased from the drink cooler
    or vending machines. 
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