Monthly Archives: April 2021

Therapist Spotlight: Erica Hranicka, OT, CHT

In high school, Erica Hranicka’s mother handed her a stack of career quiz books in preparation for college. One of the career choices in the book was occupational therapy, a job that “really focused on getting people as independent as possible despite whatever had happened to them,” said Hranicka, who grew up in Maine and […]

Local Humanitarian Nonprofit Designs Sustainable Facilities in Developing Countries

  When Prineville couple Teryn and Daniel Wiens first heard about the need for a new pediatric residential physical therapy facility to be built in the Southern Province of Rwanda, they knew they could help.  Daniel is the founder of the nonprofit, Journeyman International (JI), that provides architecture, engineering and project management services to humanitarian […]