Words of gratification from our OT patients

The patients at our partner skilled nursing facilities are not shy about expressing their appreciation for the care they receive from their occupational therapy team members on their road to recovery. We wanted to share a few of the comments we have received over the last month from the individuals impacted the most…our patients.

LC PICS 2Lake Charles Care CenterLauren Green, OT & Jessica Cornner, COTA

Jessica and Lauren have changed my life!  Not only when I get down with my therapy, but personally.  They both always smile and are always ready to get on with whatever task is ahead.  Therapy hurts and they pull no punches, but if there were any two people I could have on my side, it would be my therapy team!  Jessica and Lauren, I’ll never be able to repay you, but I can tell you I will never forget you.  I’ve got so much further to go, but with your help I will have memories to last the rest of my life! Love, Esther


OT Month2LaSalle Nursing HomeMelanie Lewellyan, OT & Lindsey Allen, COTA

Just over a year ago I suffered a broken back.  Subsequent surgery and prolonged bed rest caused me to lose the strength in my legs and the dexterity of my fingers.  I was also attacked by arthritis in my hips and hands.  When I began PT and OT, I was so gratified that full use of my hands and fingers began to return, and I give full credit to the occupational therapists for the magnificent job they are accomplishing in working with me.  They are very dedicated and demonstrate a lot of compassion for the residents they associate with. Sincerely, Jack M. Willis


photo OF OTS AT CPAcadia St. Landry Guest HomeRebecca Curry, OT & Ashley Bertrand, COTA

My OT helped me move my upper body easier. Mary Ella Thibodeaux

My OT helped me feed myself on my own. Denise Rober


Visit the occupational therapy section of our blog to read more information on the field of OT and the amazing team we have working with us!



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