Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Quakertown
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 1) acute rehab - must be able to tolerate 3 hours of therapy a day; intense and for a short period of time 2) sub- acute rehab - 2 hours of therapy a day 3) skilled nursing facilities - 1 hour of therapy a day, often a nursing home type facility for slower stream rehab. Although patients insurance type plays a large role in determining which facility the patient can go to, if a patient really needs the input, the hospitals 'in-house' social ...
... Camp pals which is for Down Syndrome children and they each have a volunteer 'helper' with them. For 1 week they go to camp and get to enjoy themselves. It was so lovely seeing them in their final performance day where they danced, did relays and other things for a few hours. Our job as counselors may be stressful, but its the people who take this on that deserve so much credit for being able to do it. It was a really incredible experience to see how they do it.
... and had churros with chocolate for dinner. A good day overall!
Saturday, August 4th: We woke up and took our train back to Barcelona, then another 50 minute train ride to a beach by the name of Caldes d'Estrac (or Caldetas.) We got to the beach in the afternoon, settled into the hotel, and then spent some time on the beach itself relaxing, tanning, and swimming in the water. It was such a nice reprieve from the bustle of Barcelona! ...
... try and get further south before stopping. I figured I'd try to make it to my mom's. I tried to re-trace the route I had used to get to the restaurant but that way was blocked. I tried another route and was able to make it to the interstate.
The drive south was, fortunately, uneventful. After I got to New Jersey things started to improve and I was able to make it to my mom's for the night.
... then went to the Benjamin Franklin Institue and the exhibit was Body Works 2. I have been wanting to see that for a long time, so i figured this was the place to do it in. It was incredible. It showed real humans being pulled apart and you can see each muscle, bone, blood cells, ligaments, heart, liver, and so much more. The cool thing about it is that they are real bodies, not fake or plastic. It was nuts. Unfortunately, I couldn't take pictures, they didnt let ...