News at Our Hospital
Lynnette McIntire, who received inpatient and outpatient services at Fairlawn following the amputation of her right leg, continues to share her passion for teaching dance.
Sister Maureen Lewis returned to therapy at Fairlawn last December, this time with her new microprocessor knee, with hopes to walk without a cane.
Thanks to the generosity of Fairlawn employees, this summer five children from the New England area enjoyed a week at Camp No Limits (CNL) for kids with limb loss.
The American Heart Association/American Stroke Association has issued its first guidelines on adult stroke rehabilitation calling for intensive, multidisciplinary treatment.
Former patient returns every year to thank Fairlawn staff.
In the frigid blackness of night, Mark LaPlante called out for help. But his voice, his only hope for survival as he lay motionless in the woods of Skowhegan, Maine, could not be heard above the grating roar of passing snowmobiles.
On Veterans Day, Fairlawn Rehabilitation Hospital held a luncheon for all patients and staff who served in the armed forces.
Trilateral amputee and motivational speaker Cameron Clapp talks about his competitive running and recreational skiing and surfing.