McLean Adult Day Program and Robinson Residents Savor the Last of the Summer GardenMcLean ASL fun

Sun Dried FlowersIt's a sad day when the summer blooms fade away. But not at McLean! The Robinson at McLean Assisted Living residents and Day Program clients decided to walk in the beautiful gardens on the 120 acre campus and gather the last of the blooms. They picked Hydrangeas.


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McLean Vestibular Rehabilitation Program

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Eric Tharaldson, 
Physical Therapist 
McLean Outpatient Center

Do you or someone you know suffer from dizziness, loss of balance or unsteadiness, sensitivity to head movements or falls? If so, you may be suffering from Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), a disorder of the vestibular system which affects the alignment of the calcium crystals in the inner ear. These crystals can be dislodged due to an injury to the head, aging, infection or viruses, long term use or high doses of certain antibiotics, whiplash or other causes. 

According to the National Institutes of Health, more than 90 million people experience dizziness or a balance problem. 85% of those problems are a result of pathology within the inner ear. Balance related falls account for more than half of the accidental falls in the elderly population. 


McLean now has a "no wait" policy!

We make every effort to offer each new patient an appointment for therapy at the McLean Outpatient Center in Simsbury within 24 hours of a referral. Call 860-658-3745.