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Ability Program

Ability Program

Trish Anthony, Rehabilitative Services Coordinator at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, holds a grabber. The Medical Center’s Internal Medicine and Gerontology departments and Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust came together in 1997 to form a program called the “Ability Program.” The program was for older adults who experienced injuries or chronic illnesses which can lead to disabling conditions that make it difficult to remain independent and safe in their homes. The program offered items such as bath benches, tub grab bars and hand-held showers devices.

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