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

patient stories Tag

Za’Riya, July’s Pediatric Patient of the Month!

Za'Riya has been working on Speech-Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy with the therapists at NOCH. Kailey Riker, Speech-Language Pathologist says "Za’Riya is a sweet, fun loving girl who has made excellent progress in her speech and occupational therapy over the past year. She is a fast learner who has shown excellent growth with articulation and phonological awareness. She loves bubbles, games, and making other people smile with her spunky personality....

June Pediatric Patient of the Month, Mila!

Mila works with Occupational Therapy for regulation, body awareness, and motor planning and Speech Therapy to improve her expressive-receptive language in order to communicate within multiple environments Dave Eilers MS, CCC-SLP had this to say about Mila, “She is the sweetest little girl and we have had the pleasure of working with her over the past two years. Mila started speech therapy and was non-verbal with a lot of self-harming behaviors....

Meet Emerson and Ellison! Pediatric Patient of the Month for May!

Meet Emerson and Ellison Hill, the Pediatric Patients of the Month for May 2019! Emma and Ella have been working with Jackie Bradley, DPT at Generation Care on physical therapy.Emma and Ella's mom, Lauren shared:"My girls have been working towards many goals over the past ten months, but most recently have been focusing on crawling and standing." Independently sitting with supine and achieving mobility has really allowed them to become...

Meet Andrew Bos!

Meet Andrew Bos! Andrew is a favorite patient at the Generation Care Muskegon Clinic location. Andrew has been attending therapy at Generation Care after being involved in a motorcycle accident that resulted in a TBI (traumatic brain injury). March is Brain Injury Awareness Month and Andrew and his family wanted us to share his story and progress in therapy. We asked Generation Care therapists, Laura Kate Covey, and Elizabeth Turner, to...

Remembering Samantha Deur – Our Special Pediatric Patient of the Month for March

This month, our Pediatric Patient of the Month post is serving as a platform to remember a life that our team loved so much, Samantha Deur. Samantha ‘Sami’ Deur gained her angel wings on January 31, 2019. Our team had the pleasure of working with Sami and her incredible family since 2014. Kory (Dad), Heidi (Mom) and brother (Lukas) are a devoted and loving family. They tirelessly drove 30 minutes in...

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 excellent progress in therapy, which helped her graduate from OT! I am always happy to see her walk through the door because I know we...

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 needs. He has grown into a child with a big personality and someone who has a lot to say! He has been working with Generation Care’s...

Meet Ja’Mez!

Ja’Mez is our Pediatric Patient of the Month for November! Ja'Mez and Occupational Therapist Lauren Geers, MOTR/L have been working together to help him successfully navigate all areas of his sensory disorder. One of his greatest accomplishments in therapy has been a significant improvement in the processing of sensory input from himself and his environment. Way to go Ja’Mez! One of Ja’Mez’s goals is to be able to self-recognize and self-regulate...

Life beyond opioids – Sarah’s Story

The opioid epidemic has been big news. No one wants to live in constant pain, but many people also don't want to face the risks associated with opioid painkillers. Opioids are highly addictive and can lead to depression, overdose and withdrawal symptoms – stealing one's quality of life and destroying relationships in the process. While opioids are appropriate in certain situations, they usually are not the best first course of action....

Meet Haley!

Meet Haley Makowski, our Pediatric Patient of the Month for October! Haley has been receiving occupational and speech therapy services at the NOCHS Rehabilitation facility. Occupational Therapist, Tessa Hagen MOTR/L says, "I am always excited when Haley’s name pops up on my schedule. Her infectious smile, positive spirit, and can-do attitude shine brightly during her occupational therapy sessions. Haley has worked hard over the past few months to learn how to respond to...

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