Exciting things are happening at Recovr!
We have moved our primary office to the ‘Think Tank on Sloan’ in downtown Clemson. Our new location gives us strategic access to the software development, design and clinical talent pool of students and faculty at Clemson University.
We have hired our first hourly employee! Kevin Jett has joined Recovr as a software engineer. Kevin is a senior computer science major at Clemson with previous software development experience at Itron, Inc.
Patrick Dukes will be leaving active participation in Recovr to take a position with Google in Boston. Patrick has made major contributions to Recovr and was a founding member of Recovr. He will be missed but we are also happy to see our first alumni move on to a position in a major company like Google. Kevin will be replacing Patrick in his software development role.
We would like to introduce you to Nancy B., our latest patient champion. Nancy suffered a massive stroke in March that left her with no functional use of her left arm. Nancy participated in both the inpatient and in-home study using the ‘Duck Duck Punch’ technology. She has made incredible progress and tells us “everything I couldn’t do before I used this [technology] I could do after.” While there is still progress to be made, she is now able to pick up objects again for the first time since her stroke. Nancy is excited to share her story of recovery and we are honored to be working with her.
Occupational Clinic Pilot Progress
If you remember from our last update, we have a new partnership with an occupational therapy clinic in the Columbia, SC. The goal is to understand additional conditions Recovr products can be applied to. So far the clinic has used Duck Duck Punch in therapy with patients suffering conditions ranging from traumatic brain injuries to orthopedic damage.