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Top treatment: Donation adds new therapy

Sunday, December 19, 2010

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With the help of occupational therapist Ashley Kahila, 5-year-old Cole Michael Staffey removes a colored stick from the Falling Monkey game. Cole Michael, of Portageville, is one of the first patients at the Kenny Rogers Children's Center to take advantage of the Constraint-Inducement Movement Therapy, made possible by a donation from the Sikeston Rotary Club. Looking on is Brandy Dallas, clinical coordinator and physical therapist at the KRCC.
(Photo by Michelle Felter, Staff)
KRCC received sponsorship from Sikeston Rotary Club

michellef@standard-democrat.com

SIKESTON -- The Kenny Rogers Children's Center strives to continuously offer top-of-the-line treatment for the children whom receive free therapy there.

And it has the Sikeston Rotary Club to thank for its two latest additions -- Constraint-Induced Movement Therapy and Interactive Metronome.

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