Nick is at EISENHOWER CENTER in Ann Arbor

Nick is at EISENHOWER CENTER in Ann Arbor

Nick is at the Eisenhower Center in Ann Arbor and is loving it! Of course he should be as he is in active therapy from speech, to occupational therapy (brushing teeth, bathing, feeding himself) and Physical therapy (bowling, art, etc…) Nick is being stimulated and his mind is being stimulated into doing things and remember, connecting those neurons to do more! YEAH!!!! This is HUGE and we are so glad the VA took a chance on him and will pay for 3 months of therapy! Nick needs to improve to the point that he no longer needs one on one so that the cost will decrease and hopefully the VA can see that he is worth the effort, money, and time! The Eisenhower Center has stated that Nick needs at the very least 6 months of therapy in order for this too work and ideally 1 year for complete therapy! Now the “fight” is to get this paid for! Nick deserves the year due to all the miss diagnoses, labeling, false information that has been handed to him and to his family! He has been labeled as “faking” his symptoms to “graduating from the “6” week program” for PTSD, to having “alzheimers”. Doctors have even told us to “grieve” because we need to “accept” that Nick is dying! WHAT……You go grieve, we will FIGHT for Nick to have his life! So the battle was won but Nick’s war continues! Onward and upward!

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8 thoughts on “Nick is at EISENHOWER CENTER in Ann Arbor

  1. […] Nick is at EISENHOWER CENTER in Ann Arbor. […]

  2. Bob Zuhl says:

    Great news! We are remembering Nick in prayer. He is a wonderful guy and deserves the best of treatment.

    • praises4u says:

      Thank you Pastor Zuhl. It was so good to see you at church. Nick’s family thanks you and those praying for him. God is good and has blessed Nick.

    • praises4u says:

      Continue to keep Nick and his family in prayer. “They” are trying to find ways not to continue Nick’s care and move him yet again, despite the fact Nick is improving.

  3. This is great news, hope that Nick receives all the help he and his family deserves. Continue staying strong ,God will give you and Nick the strength to win the battle for life .

  4. Mary Joy says:

    Very encouraging news….love Nick!

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