HOUSTON, TX—Eagle’s Trace, an Erickson Living retirement community, announced the hiring of Cindy DuPont as its Outpatient Rehabilitation Manager.
Ms. DuPont comes to Eagle’s Trace with thirteen years of experience as a physical therapist, working in a variety of settings with older adults. Additionally, she has supervisory experience over all three therapy disciplines.
Eagle’s Trace offers therapy specifically geared towards its residents for pain management, balance assessment and treatment, and orthopedic care, especially for those with hip and knee issues. Additionally, therapists at Eagle’s Trace provide treatment for post-stroke and other neurologic conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease.
Positive functional outcomes are the goal of therapy with maintenance of those gains continued through exercise conducted at the campus fitness center.
Ms. DuPont has a master’s degree in physical therapy from Texas State University along with a bachelor’s degree in kinesiology from Stephen F. Austin State University.
She resides in Houston with her husband and four children. An avid outdoorswoman, Ms. DuPont completed her first marathon in 2010.
About Eagle’s Trace: Eagle’s Trace, managed and developed by Erickson Living, is a retirement community that provides worry-free living for America’s seniors-the country’s fastest growing population segment. Erickson Living’s financial value and predictable monthly service fees provide residents across the country peace of mind. Comprehensive health and wellness services, integrated into our continuum of care, lead to demonstrated resident benefits. A robust complement of resident programs and facilities promote an engaged, fulfilling lifestyle that is reflected in resident satisfaction levels that exceed the industry average. And the company’s wide-ranging employee programs have earned Erickson Living numerous awards, including Fortune magazine’s “Best Companies to Work For®” in 2008 and 2009.