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Giving Tuesday

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Today is the official kick off to the giving season! On this second annual Giving Tuesday, Bridgepoint Active Healthcare invites you to participate in the spirit of giving.

Give to invest in optimism and hope

7 South Team

Donations to Bridgepoint support patient care programs, and advance research and innovation. Because of this impact, donations play a key role in improving patient outcomes and making lives better for patients and families.

With donor support, the Medical Rehabilitative Care unit (7 south) is developing new tools to enable self-care and improve outcomes for patients after they leave the hospital and get back to their lives.

"Giving is a wonderful thing. It makes your heart feel good knowing that what you give helps people and impacts their lives for the better," says Yolanda de Vega, patient care manager of medical rehabilitative care and transitional care. To help make lives better, donate today.

Give to celebrate the special people in your life

The Posluns

Michael Posluns, a 73-year-old patient in neurological care at Bridgepoint, was diagnosed with a form of viral encephalitis that caused impairment to his central nervous system. Since his arrival at Bridgepoint one year ago, Michael has had an eventful health recovery journey. "My experience here has been excellent," says Michael.

Bridgepoint hosted Michael's celebration for his Masters of Laws, as well as Michael's 25th anniversary with his life partner, Marilyn. "Family members asked where they could donate after seeing how Bridgepoint supported our milestones, and I immediately said, 'Bridgepoint,'" says Marilyn. To help make lives better, donate today.

 Give to make a remarkable difference in people's lives

 Donor Newsletter Winter 2014

Thanks to your support, we are able to focus every day on transforming the lives of people living with complex health conditions. In our winter 2014 newsletter, read the inspiring story of Jan, who came to Bridgepoint to begin rehabilitation that would help her to walk and talk again.





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