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01/21/2016 UPDATE- International Hip Dysplasia Institute Review of Concepts

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Here is a recent review from the IHDI regarding Adult HD. Click HERE for the link

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01/07/2016 UPDATE Dogs Helping Heroes

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Below is a nice note and picture we received from Dogs Helping Heroes. They are a great organization that helps our veterans with PTSD and one of the recipients of a 2015 donation from The Git-R-Done Foundation. If you want to know more about Dogs Helping Heroes, visit their website, Dogs Helping Heroes Thank you for contributing to our mission! A dog and hero will be rescued! Attached is a pic of hero, Mike Mabe, with his service dog, Bronx. This pic was taken yesterday at a restaraunt. Mr. Mabe has not been to a restraraunt for a long time due to his PTSD. Mr. Mabe now has freedom back in his...

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01/05/2016 Wings of Hope Donation

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Thanks for the kind words from Wings of Hope. The Git-R-Done Foundation is really proud to support Wings of Hope with a 2015 donation. Be sure to follow their great work at Wings of Hope...

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01/05/2016 International Hip Dysplasia Institute and Safe Swaddling

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The IHDI recently suggested the following website below for safe swaddling techniques: Hip Healthy Australia Don’t forget you can follow the IHDI on Facebook at IHDI Facebook or their website at hipdysplasia.org

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01/04/2016: 2015 Donations Granted

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We are proud to announce the organizations that received grants from us this year. Follow Larry on Facebook as he posts updates on these organizations. The Bryan Foundation Missing Children Minnesota The Promise House Wounded Warriors Family Support Operation Homefront Wings of Hope Dog Helping Heroes Ted E. Bear Hollow Midwest Geriatrics Redeeming Life Outreach Ministries Food Bank of Lincoln Fleece For Keeps Edgerton Explorit Center YMCA Jacob’s Ladder Thearpeutic Riding Center Christian Layman Corps First Chance Center Southern Appalachian Ronald McDonald House Madonna Rehabilitation...

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08/26/2015 UPDATE from Jorge Zuniga of Creighton University on Low Cost Prosthetics

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From Jorge Zuniga Ph.D. Department of Exercise Science and Pre-Health Professions Director of 3D Research & Innovation Laboratory Creighton University The 3D prosthetic Cyborg Shoulder is completed and it was a success! Antonio loves his new shoulder and in about two weeks he is coming to make small adjustments to it. We need to make it narrower for symmetry purposes. The first thing we noticed was the dramatic change on his posture. The 3D prosthetic Cyborg Shoulder seems to partially correct his severe spinal deviation. We are working on ways to quantify this change and report it. Antonio’s mom also reported improved balance after using this device. We keep learning about these new devices and we are really excited. I would like to thank my research assistant Adam Carson for doing the 3D designing and our clinicians Jean Peck OT, CHT and Tom Kalina C.P. for doing the fitting, measurements, and all the tasks to make this 3D printed prosthetic shoulder...

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The Git-R-Done Golf Classic Aces It Again!

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Larry the Cable Guy’s Git-R-Done Golf Classic Aces It Again LINCOLN, NE- June 30- The Git-R-Done Foundation pulled off the hugely successful 2nd Annual Git-R-Done Golf Classic recently. With help from sponsors like Cabela’s, Larry brought friends from near and far to raise money for charity. Guests were treated with a laugh filled party and round of golf that included celebrity guests, Super Bowl Champion Quarterback Joe Theismann, Bruce Hall, Dave Amato and Brian Hitt from the classic rock band REO Speedwagon, PGA’s Boo Weekley and local Huskers favorites, Johnny Rodgers and Mark Banker. “What better way to raise money than to have fun?” said Larry the Cable Guy, AKA Dan Whitney. “The 2nd Annual Git-R-Done Golf Classic was a big hit and we hope the third will be even bigger!” This year’s lead gift supported The Bryan Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Rooftop Healing Garden. The rooftop garden is a dedicated outdoor/indoor space for families experiencing the hardship of an extended hospital stay. While most hospital stays for expecting parents and babies are only a few days; each year more than 500 ba¬bies are cared for in the Bryan NICU due to prematurity, congenital disorder or other pregnancy complications. Some families find themselves in need of extended care and services and those days, weeks and months can be difficult to face inside the hospital walls. The garden will be a respite area for families and caregivers outside the confines of the hospital and create near-by access to a pleasant outdoor environment devoted to reducing stress, anxiety and emotional distress and while increasing decision-making clarity and a sense of well-being. “We’re grateful to Larry the Cable Guy and the Git-R-Done Foundation for choosing the Bryan Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Rooftop Healing Garden,” said Bob Ravenscroft, vice president of advancement and chief development officer for Bryan Health. “This puts us over the top of our fundraising goal for this phase of our project allowing us to start construction in July, and propels us into Phase II of the campaign which is to secure $2.5 million for ongoing programmatic and capital support of our NICU.” Additional funds from the event will be used to support The Git-R-Done Foundation’s mission to support children and veterans’ charity organizations. This year’s event was SOLD OUT in February so stay tuned for information on The 3rd Annual Git-R-Done Golf...

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06/18/2015: Update from Jorge Zuniga on Low Cost Prosthetics

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We just got back from our conferences and ready to finish this project. The 3D prosthetic Cyborg Shoulder is completed and our research team is making all the arrangements to get this device to Antonio. I’m sure we will need to fine-tune it, but as you can see we have the prosthetic device completed. Thanks again to the Git-R-Done Foundation to make this...

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05/22/2015 Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital Benefitting from Equipment Provided By The GRDF

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The Git-R-Done Foundation is proud to have donated to support The Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital in Lincoln, NE. Click the link below for a news story on Dani Cota, who is overcoming her injury thanks to equipment like the Armeo. Click Here

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Zoofari 2 Now Available!

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Lincoln Children’s Zoo and the Git-R-Done are excited to share with you a second series of Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy episodes. Zoofari DVDs have already reached over 100,000 children in over 300 children’s hospitals and rehabilitation centers across the nation. With these new Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy episodes, we would like to include your hospital in our mission of bringing the zoo to young patients. Zoofari is filmed on location at Lincoln Children’s Zoo, featuring a series of fun and educational videos for children who are unable to visit a zoo themselves. “Partnering with Lincoln Children’s Zoo on Zoofari is a unique way to bring the experience of going to a Zoo to children who don’t have the opportunity to visit themselves,” said Larry the Cable Guy. “Through the Git-R-Done Foundation, we’re proud to support children’s hospitals and give kids this interactive, educational experience.” Zoofari with Larry the Cable Guy is a partnership with Lincoln Children’s Zoo, the Git-R-Done Foundation and Larry the Cable Guy. The videos are offered to any hospital with a children’s ward, children’s hospital or rehabilitation center at no cost. Enclosed are Zoofari DVDs that should remain at your facility to be shared with your patients. Zoofari was created for children to view in hospitals. We ask that you do not distribute them for home use. Additional copies of the DVD can be ordered for free by visiting...

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