Our Helping Hands Winners Are…

It’s no secret that Therapy Center has the BEST team of professionals in the business! We know that it’s our wonderful group of dedicated, hard-working team members who make us who we are. We want to take time each quarter to recognize just a few of our many awesome team members who consistently go above and beyond their job duties and set an example of leadership and team work for us all.


Aimee Pritchard:  Aimee has been incredibly positive and helpful to every facility that she goes to.  Aimee changes course and her schedule if emergencies come up and does not ever complain.  Aimee has been a great part of being supportive of her teams and does it with a smile on her face.  We are so greatly appreciative of the hard work and dedication that Aimee provides!!  We thank you so much Aimee!!



Ashley Nichols ATHAshley Nichols: Ashley has been a part of our team for almost two years. Ashley is a certified athletic trainer working in our Jennings clinic and a key member of our sports medicine team. Ashley has done a tremendous job with patient care in our clinic as well as abroad in our contracted schools. Ashley always goes beyond the call of duty in a compassionate and professional manner. Ashley exemplifies why the Therapy Center is more than just a rehabilitation company. We appreciate everything you do and you are a great asset to our Jennings clinic and Sports Medicine department. THANK YOU ASHLEY!



Greta BordelonGreta G. Bordelon: Greta has been an employee of TTC for 6 years and has truly proven to be true team player. She is an OT working three days a week in our Marksville outpatient clinic and completes evaluation and provides supervision full time to two nursing home facilities. She is a very reliable and hardworking employee and very knowledgeable in her field of practice. Her documentation is good too, even with so much of it. With her big, beautiful smile, she is easily loved by all coworkers and patients. She is always willing to help out and will not complain when asked to cover facilities at last minute. This past year, she helped out with the OT shortage by taking on supervision of a third nursing home for a few months. Again thank you for that and all you do!!  YOU ROCK!


Hollie BHollie Richard: Hollie has been an employee of Therapy Center since 2002.  She is a huge asset to our billing department.  Not only does Hollie do a fantastic job ensuring we collect the monies owed to us, she does a great job reviewing documentation and reaching out to others to make our entire outpatient department successful and more knowledgeable.




Josh Fredieu PTAJosh Fredieu: Josh Fredieu, PTA has been a presence in many of our TTC facilities, as he serves a floating position in the southern and central region of our company. Josh exudes a spirit of optimism and confidence with his treatment skills, and a passion for our geriatric clientele. He brings a level of clinical excellence that is recognized and appreciated by all clinicians that work with him. Patients rarely refuse the opportunity to work with Josh, as his charming and warm disposition motivates them through their fears and apprehensions. Josh is easy going and flexible, willing to handle whatever the facility needs of him. He is admired by peers and management, as he makes all of our jobs easier! Thank you, Josh, for being a part of the TTC family!


karliegh seguirKarleigh Sigur: Karleigh is a PT and a relatively new therapist that has done a wonderful job being the fearless leader of the Maison Teche therapy team, especially since it was a job that she didn’t ask for.  Her initiative, inquisitiveness, drive, and constant promotion of therapy have helped to not only establish trust with NH staff/Administration in a newer MT therapy team, but to also show the local community & doctors that Maison Teche NH is a great place to receive therapy.  She makes up 1/3 of a team that has some of the highest “Return to home” numbers in the company, which says a lot about her ability to produce results with patients.   Families, patients, and NH staff alike turn to Karleigh because she proves on a daily basis that she can be counted on to provide quality care.


Karen McGovernKaren McGovern: Karen is great!! She was been with TTC for 13 years and has worked in various areas of the company. Karen is always willing to  help everyone out. She rearranges her schedule to help accommodate others when her schedule permits it. She is a pleasure to work with and she loves her patients as well as they love her. She strives to return patients to their prior level of function and does this very well. Karen has always been a team player with no complaints and gets the job done. Thanks Karen for all your hard work and dedication.



Kelly Gauthier PTAKelly Gauthier:  Kelly has been a great asset to TTC.  Kelly has held her head up high during the transition period and during times when she has had to juggle and work with many different patients.  Kelly kept the PT department organized as she was highly productive and did not miss a step.  She is a very hard worker and we very much appreciate her work ethic and the great example that she sets!  Thank you Kelly!!



Kim Lacombe: Kim has been with TTC at her Lemoine Therapy position for 5 ½ years.  Kim is a faithful and dedicated employee always trying her best to keep things rolling in the front office.  We appreciate her hard work and are lucky to have her as part of our team!




Sadie FigueridoSadie Figueiredo: Sadie has always gone above and beyond.  She has been willing to step up to the plate and go to morning meetings, to take care of needs of the facilities that she has worked in and has the drive to see the deficits in patients.  Sadie has always been positive and willing to help wherever and whenever needed.  She has great initiative to want to always help with more responsibilities and always willing to want to learn and grow.  Sadie is an excellent asset to have as part of TTC!  Thank you Sadie!!


To read see more of our Helping Hands recipients, visit the Team Member section of our blog!


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