Power of the Purse 2020 Postponed
In light of recent events relating to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center Board of Directors and the Power of the Purse committee have made the difficult decision to postpone our event. While we love to celebrate the amazing children who strive every day to improve their lives through our medical therapy, we want to keep our event guests, volunteers and our patients safe. As such, we will be rescheduling our event from Saturday, April 4th to Friday, September 11th. We look forward to celebrating our country and veterans, as well as the many children who make our jobs worthwhile.
We will continue working hard to present an amazing event in September. Power of the Purse raises critical funds for the clinic, allowing us to continue to serve both children and adults with medical therapy needs regardless of their ability to pay. We will continue to update you on the progress of our event via email, social media, and our website. Please note that all ticket sales, sponsorships, and donations will be honored for the rescheduled event.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will respond to you promptly. We deeply appreciate your understanding regarding our need to reschedule and look forward to your continued support.
Physical Therapy services focus on enhancing or restoring mobility by evaluating and treating challenges with gross motor development / movement, balance, coordination, strength, endurance, mobility, and joint and muscle motion. Services also include assessment for assistive devices and other equipment.
Occupational Therapy services focus on promoting independence by evaluating and treating challenges with fine motor development, cognitive development, self-care skills, sensory processing skills, visual perceptual skills and upper body strength/coordination. Services also include assessment for assistive devices and other equipment.
Speech Language Pathology
Speech-Language Therapy services focus on enhancing or restoring communicative skills or swallowing capabilities by evaluating and treating challenges with receptive language/ listening skills, self-expression, sound production, feeding, fluency, and oral motor function. Services also include assessment and treatment for alternative communication systems, including iPads.
"Life changing. In essence that is the simplest way to describe what BVRC did for my kid. So much progress was made, and my family will be forever grateful. Thank you, BVRC. The staff is nice, knowledgeable, dedicated and they genuinely care."
"They have met every single need. Whatever way they could, they helped me out."
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