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Friends’ donation

At the hand-over are, from left - Val Norrie, occupational therapist; Flo Cruickshank, Dorothy Watt, Alan Whyte, Jacquelane Cargill, all Friends of Arbroath Infirmary and Little Cairnie; and Wilma Bannon, physiotherapist.

At the hand-over are, from left - Val Norrie, occupational therapist; Flo Cruickshank, Dorothy Watt, Alan Whyte, Jacquelane Cargill, all Friends of Arbroath Infirmary and Little Cairnie; and Wilma Bannon, physiotherapist.

The Friends of Arbroath Infirmary kindly purchased a standing frame to assist physiotherapy with the rehabilitation of those with neurological conditions and several kitchen trolleys for the occupational therapy staff to loan out.

These help to increase the independence of people at home. These items both help keep people in their own homes for as long as possible and improve their quality of life.

At the hand-over are, from left - Val Norrie, occupational therapist; Flo Cruickshank, Dorothy Watt, Alan Whyte, Jacquelane Cargill, all Friends of Arbroath Infirmary and Little Cairnie; and Wilma Bannon, physiotherapist.

 

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