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Loreen’s Return Home

Loreen’s Return Home

When Loreen Bulman moved into Deer Lodge Centre for palliative care, she and her husband John expected her stay would be permanent. But after three months in her new home, Loreen’s health took an unexpected turn for the better. That’s when her health care team kicked into high gear. Specialists in social work, spiritual health, occupational therapy and nursing gave her all the tools she needed to return home.

Thank you CTV Winnipeg for visiting Deer Lodge Centre and sharing a story with a truly happy ending!

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