Layman, Layman & Robinson Donates $25,000 to St. Luke’s Community
June 23, 2010
Layman, Layman & Robinson, a Spokane and Seattle-based law firm, donated $25,000 to the office therapy module within St. Luke’s Community project at St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute.
After construction is complete at St. Luke’s Community, the innovative therapy area will provide modules of real-life community settings including a grocery store, restaurant booth, bus stop, financial institution, movie rental and vehicles. With the help of St. Luke’s therapists, patients in the office area will safely learn proper techniques for everyday situations like filling a fax machine with paper, answering a phone, sitting at a desk and operating a computer.
“We are committed to giving back and helping the community,” said John R. Layman, partner at Layman, Layman & Robinson and former chair of the St. Luke’s Community Advisory Board. “An innovative project like St. Luke’s Community is about helping people recover and get back to life.”
Layman, Layman & Robinson Associate Attorney Andrew Schillinger is a current member of the St. Luke’s Community Advisory board and firm partner John Layman is former chair of the St. Luke’s Community Advisory and INHS Foundation Advisory boards.
For more information on St. Luke’s Community and ways to support the project, please visit www.st-lukes.org/community or contact the INHS Foundation at 473-6099.
St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute is a division of Inland Northwest Health Services (INHS). INHS is a non-profit corporation in Spokane, Washington providing collaboration in health care services on behalf of its member hospitals Deaconess Medical Center, Providence Holy Family Hospital, Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center & Children's Hospital and Valley Hospital & Medical Center and the community. Other INHS services include Community Health Education and Resources, Information Resource Management, Northwest MedStar, Health Training Network, health@work, Northwest TeleHealth and the INHS Center of Philanthropy. For more information, visit www.inhs.org.