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  • Prosthetists: Helping amputees become more independent is rewarding work

    By taking a year during his undergraduate studies to work with an organization called Mercy Ships, Tim Russo found his career.
  • Glenbrook South grad serves on federal Disability Advisory Committee

    Glenbrook South grad serves on federal Disability Advisory Committee
    For the next two years, a Glenbrook South High School alumna will serve on a committee advising a federal agency on issues for people with disabilities. Hannah Thompson, a 2008 graduate of Glenbrook South in Glenview, spent March 17 in Washington, D.C.,...

    Chicago's Ronald McDonald House Charities hires new CEO

     Chicago's Ronald McDonald House Charities hires new CEO
    The chief executive of Kansas City's Ronald McDonald House Charities has been named to the top post in Chicago, succeeding 16-year veteran Doug Porter, who is retiring. Holly Buckendahl's appointment takes effect July 6. Buckendahl, 44, will move to...

    Silver Cross supports Lincoln-Way student intern program

    For eight weeks, 19 Lincoln-Way East High School students recently set aside their text books and visited Silver Cross Hospital in New Lenox for real-life lessons, according to a press release from Silver Cross. The free program offers a valuable...

    Rehabilitation counselors: Helping the disabled function, succeed in life is rewarding

    Rehabilitation counselors: Helping the disabled function, succeed in life is rewarding
    As program director of the master's degree program in rehabilitation counseling at Chicago's Adler University, Mary O'Connor Drout realizes most people are not familiar with the field. Which is a shame, since rehab experts do such life-changing work....