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A New Bath for Dustin

In October of 2012, 15-year-old Dustin Bartow was involved in a serious car accident that not only took the life of his girlfriend Samantha, but left Dustin paralyzed. Because the family’s second-floor bathroom isn’t wheelchair-accessible, Dustin receives sponge baths from his mother, Christy, and hasn’t been able to have a real bath or shower in nearly two years.

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Exceptional Care for Children Magical Journey 2015

This month we are P.J. Fitzpatrick are again partnering with our friends at Exceptional Care for Children, an non-profit organization that focuses on¬†improving the lives of technology-dependent children and their families through skilled nursing, transitional and palliative care. They are …

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Charity and Events Committee

Starting in late 2015 we put a renewed focus on volunteer work in our community, and reached out to several members of our staff to help facilitate our charity work. Our current Charity and Events Committee includes Almena Faux, Peter …

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Easter Seals Volleyball Competition

We are excited to announce that P.J. Fitzpatrick will be participating in the Easter Seals Volleyball Challenge on Saturday March 21st at 6:30pm. We are looking for 6-12 enthusiastic teammates to play on the the team this year, and they …

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Exceptional Care for Children Summer Promotion

P.J. Fitzpatrick has supported Exceptional Care for Children with past promotions, but for those who are unaware Exceptional Care for Children improves the lives of technology-dependent children and their families through skilled nursing, transitional and palliative care. For more information …

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