Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Roseann Sdoia was released from Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital on Tuesday after undergoing treatment for injuries sustained during the April 15 explosions, including the loss of her right leg.
Wearing a white T-shirt with the words “Roseann Strong” in bright orange letters, Boston Marathon bombing survivor Roseann Sdoia made her way home Tuesday morning, after a grand send-off at Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital that included a three-engine escort from the Boston Fire Department. The milestone came almost exactly one month after the April 15 explosions near the finish line of the Boston Marathon that killed three and injured more than 260 people. Sdoia had attended that day’s Red Sox game at Fenway Park and headed over to Copley Square to watch the rest of the marathon when she was caught up in one of the two explosions. On Tuesday, Sdoia spoke to reporters in the lobby of the new Spaulding Hospital in the Charlestown Navy …
Monday, November 26, 2012
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino was transferred to Spaulding Rehab today from Brigham & Women's Hospital.
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino was transferred to the Spaulding Rehabilitation Center from Brigham & Women's Hospital to continue his recovery process. No timetable was set for how long the mayor will remain at Spaulding, said Dr. Charles Morris, Menino's physician at Brigham. Morris said that will be up to Menino and the Spaulding staff. The mayor will be performing occupational and physical therapy while at Spaulding. "The mayor is being transferred to Spaulding Rehabilitation to begin the next phase of recovery… to get back to where he was," said Morris. Morris also revealed that Menino has been diagnosed with having Type-2 Diabetes. An elevated blood sugar level led to the diagnosis. Morris said Brigham staff has been working with …
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Ethos' free upcoming workshop is six weeks long, and pre-registration is required.
Ethos is offering a free 6-week workshop for caregivers. Powerful Tools for Caregivers will take place on Mondays from 6:30-8 p.m. and starts on June 4. As a caregiver you will learn: This workshop is free but pre-registration is required. Call Leslie Ahern at 617-477-6676. The workshop will take place at the Spaulding Rehabilitation Center, 1245 Centre Street, West Roxbury For more information on Ethos, click here.