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Speech language pathologist Amy Mandaville and other physical and occupational therapists are leading the BIG and LOUD Crowd, a free physical and voice exercise program for Parkinson’s patients designed to help them stay mobile and heard. The program is 1-1:45 each Wednesday in the cycle studio at the YMCA of the Highland Lakes at Galloway-Hammond, 1601 S. Water St. in Burnet. Courtesy photo

Parkinson’s patients encouraged to be big and loud at weekly exercise program

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Seton Highland Lakes Rehabilitation wants Parkinson’s patients to be big and loud, and they’re helping people get there. (more…)

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Parkinson’s Support Group in Burnet offers more than just information

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO BURNET — Parkinson’s disease is one of the cruelest illnesses for how it robs sufferers of their motor skills even while their minds remain sharp and fully aware of what’s happening to them. It’s a devastating condition that also strikes the loved ones who not only watch this happen, but often […]

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Seton’s Project SEARCH finds opportunities for young adults with disabilities

DANIEL CLIFTON • EDITOR MARBLE FALLS — Young adults with learning disabilities face a tough battle landing a good job that allows them to live as independently as possible. Most people relegate these individuals to low-paying, menial jobs. (more…)

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Seton Care-A-Van event raises $260,000 for children’s health

JENNIFER FIERRO • STAFF WRITER BURNET — Few events line up better than Father’s Day weekend and the 12th annual Emory Bellard-Spike Dykes Seton Kids Care-A-Van Tailgate Party and Golf Tournament. (more…)

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Former Seton Highland Lakes official re-takes helm; healthcare projects on horizon

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF BURNET — With a list of local projects in the queue, the new Seton Highland Lakes Chief Operating Officer Scott Fuller will serve a dual leadership role at two of the system’s healthcare facilities. Fuller spent the past four years as the chief operating officer at Seton Northwest in Austin, […]

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Seton Highland Lakes administrator takes position at California hospital

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF BURNET — After several years of ushering in significant fundraising projects, additional medical services and upgraded technology, the Seton Highland Lakes hospital administrator has accepted a position with a facility in California, officials said. (more…)

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Seton Highland Lakes unveils new Kids Care-A-Van | ThePicayuneTV

BURNET — After a decade and more than 7,000 miles, officials with Seton Highland Lakes have replaced the aging Seton Kids Care-A-Van with a new mobile healthcare unit that serves low-income and uninsured children. (more…)

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Burnet hospital receives $2M from Highland Lakes Health Fund

CONNIE SWINNEY • THE PICAYUNE BURNET — A $2 million gift from a local non-profit group will help fund an expansion project including 24-hour magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology for Seton Highland Lakes, officials unveiled Feb. 4 at the facility. (more…)

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