Locations

Muskegon, MI

945. E. Sherman Blvd.
P. 231.737.4374

Grand Rapids, MI

4095 Park East Court SE
P: 616.259.4028

Grand Haven, MI

16760 Lincoln Street
P: 616.935.3300

NOCHS, Grand Haven, MI

1015 S. Beacon Blvd.
P: 616.847.5293

News & Events

Have A Heart For Kids – April 13

Get ready for our SECOND Have A Heart For Kids event on Saturday, April 13th from 10 AM - 12 PM. Our event last winter was a huge success, so we are more than happy to help families connect with resources once again. Have A...

National Girls and Women in Sports Day

By Jeff Rigley, MSPT, C/ART, Grand Rapids Performance Center It might seem surprising that a male and father of only boys would be writing about women in sports! But as a former athlete and now physical therapist, athletics is still a major part of who I...

February is Low Vision Awareness Month

If you or someone you know has decreased vision that is not able to be corrected with glasses or surgery and it is starting to impact independence and ease of life, vision rehab can help you address your low vision needs to assure you maintain...

A Compliment on National Compliment Day!

We thought today would be a good day to share this great testimonial about Generation Care Speech-Language Pathologist, Elizabeth Turner, M.A., CCC-SLP! It IS National Compliment Day! [caption id="attachment_6747" align="alignright" width="255"] Liz Turner, Speech-Language Pathologist[/caption] "I am very pleased with my progress in voice therapy at Generation...

Keeping Up With A Winter Running Routine

By Melanie Danklefsen, PT, DPT, CMP Myth: Winter is a good time to take a break from running. Fact: Winter is a great time to maintain running baseline and address the little things to help you run strong. Winter, especially in Michigan, is a typical downtime between major...

Post Mastectomy Care

By Megan Dickerson, OTR/L, Occupational Therapist Life after a mastectomy procedure is complicated with many medical visits and decisions about further treatment including reconstruction, radiation, and chemotherapy. In addition, there are other complications that may exist including physical pain, fatigue, emotional changes, fear of movement of...

Meet Allyson! Pediatric Patient of the Month for January!

Meet Alyson Fethke, Pediatric Patient of the Month for January 2019! Allyson began treatment in occupational therapy with us and is now working on speech with Generation Care Speech-Language Pathologist, Kailey Washburn, M.A., CCC-SLP. Kailey says: "Allyson is sweet, smart and a hard worker. She makes...

Direct Access to Physical Therapy in the State of Michigan

What is Direct Access? “Direct access” is the phrase used in health care to explain how a person accesses services without a physician referral. In Michigan, this is a newer concept – only a part of health care law since 2014. In 2014 Michigan passed a...

Toys For Children With Sensory Processing Disorders

By Lauren Geers, MOTR/L, Pediatric Occupational Therapist With the holiday season quickly approaching, many people are searching for the perfect gift for children. Holiday shopping can be stressful for many people but it can be especially stressful when shopping for a child who has a sensory...

Meet Camden! Pediatric Patient of the Month for December!

Meet Camden Jett, our Pediatric Patient of the Month for December! We’re wrapping up 2018 with Camden’s story because of the great progress he has made over the past two years! Camden started speech therapy as a shy little guy who was having difficulty communicating wants and...

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