Short-term Rehab

The Journey to Recovery Starts at Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by Harrison Edwards

Sustaining a fracture is painful and recovery is often a long road. When you’re 93 years old, that journey can be even more difficult. But, Ann Selden, who was an avid golfer at 93 years of age when she fractured her femur while golfing last July, wanted to get back in the swing. She got…

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Friends of the Nathaniel Witherell Secure $4.49 Million for Project Renew

Friends of Nathaniel Witherell | 0 comments | by supermaster

David Ormsby, Chairman of the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell, Inc., announced yesterday that the Friends has helped obtain a $4.49 million State of Connecticut historic income tax credit to offset the construction costs of Project Renew, the project to modernize and refurbish The Nathaniel Witherell, the highly regarded, short-term rehabilitation and long-term nursing care center owned…

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Fairfield County Giving Day Starts at Midnight

Friends of Nathaniel Witherell | 0 comments | by supermaster

Support the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell  Take Part in 24 Hours of Online Giving, March 5, 2015, beginning at midnight! The time to support Friends of Nathaniel Witherell, as part of Fairfield County’s Giving Day, has arrived!  Giving Day is a 24 hour online event to Give Where You Live in celebration of the work of outstanding local…

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Nathaniel Witherell Participates in Fairfield County Giving Day

Friends of Nathaniel Witherell | 0 comments | by supermaster

Save the date: Support the Friends of Nathaniel Witherell  24 hours of Online Giving Starts at Midnight, March 5, 2015 Hosted by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation, Giving Day is a 24 hour online event to Give Where You Live in celebration of the work of local nonprofits like Friends of Nathaniel Witherell. Your one click…

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Rehab Success Story: Peter Sanders and The Nathaniel Witherell

Orthopedic Rehab | 0 comments | by supermaster

Stamford resident Peter Sanders has played sports for over six decades, and his sports injuries date nearly as far back. Sanders, 65, first injured his knees playing high school football. Then, as a young man right out of the army, he reinjured them on the basketball court. But that didn’t stop him. He turned to…

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