As a case manager at NeuroRestorative, Liz is focused on admitting individuals to the NeuroRestorative Massachusetts Supported Living Program. She is the first contact most people have coming into NeuroRestorative in Massachusetts and she makes sure the connection she builds is a strong one.
Lisa became a nurse to have more one-on-one time with patients and contribute more to their quality of life. She joined NeuroRestorative in 2014 as a night licensed vocational nurse (LVN) and took on the role of assistant director of nursing in early 2019, becoming a Certified Brain Injury Specialist along the way.
Helping people is something Brandy Fortner has always done, as a teacher and a customer service representative. But it wasn’t until 2013 that she found her calling when she entered the healthcare field as a direct support professional.
Over a 13-year period, Leilani Lagua welcomed more than 37 foster children into her home. A few years later, she felt the calling again and this time reached out to California MENTOR’s Family Home Agency in Stockton to open her heart and home to an adult in need.