Mathieu Etienne to Return Home After Long-Term Stay at Alaris Health at West Orange
(West Orange, NJ, July 2014) – Alaris Health at West Orange is thrilled to announce that after four years of long-term care, Mathieu Etienne is ready to return home. Mathieu joined West Orange after having one of his legs amputated. After extensive physical therapy and rehab, he is able to walk with little assistance from a walker.
“I thank everyone for everything and what they have done for me ,” reflected Mathieu. “Throughout my four years here, I have always been treated with respect and offered help when needed.
Mathieu said that hisexperience with the West Orange staff was great and the rehab team kept him motivated and upbeat during his rehab sessions. “If it weren’t for the rehabilitation department and the help from Tricia Hutchens (director of social services), I would not be going home and able to walk.”
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