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Girl receives wheelchair from Susquehanna Mobility


February 20. 2013 1:02AM
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Emily Hunsinger, McAdoo, from Wyoming Valley Children's Association (WVCA) received a wheelchair from Susquehanna Valley Mobility. Since Emily's medical condition does not allow her to walk on her own, she is now mobile with the help of her therapists at WVCA who are teaching her how to operate the wheelchair. At the presentation of the wheelchair, from left, first row: Shelly Tressa, occupational therapist, WVCA; Hunsinger, and Sue Barry, physical therapist, WVCA. Second row: Chris McFarland, ATP, Susquehanna Valley Mobility; Corey Lewis, assistant product manager/marketing, Pride Mobility; Dick McLane, general manager, product marketing, Pride Mobility; Lovely Ventura, Emily's nurse; and Kathleen Williams, executive director, WVCA




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