February 1, 2016
Thank You from Fearon & Levine
On behalf of Wendy Levine and our associates, Katherine Karker-Jennings, JD, Rhea Cohn PT, DPT, and Dee Adams Nikjeh, PhD, CCC-SLP,
I would like to say thank you for your support and participation as subscribers and clients to Fearon & Levine. Our interaction
with our subscribers over the past 10 years has been very rewarding. Our hope is that through the years we were a consistent
source of reliable information and professional encouragement for you and your colleagues as well.
As of February 1, 2016 we will be discontinuing FearonLevine.com. Specific information will be forwarded to all Basic
website subscribers. We have determined the refunds due for each subscriber’s account and will be sending notices related to that
information in the next few days. We will be offering a refund for the prorated amount based on your enrollment dates. Your response
to our e-mail will allow us to send the requested refund amount to the name and address you indicate. We will offer the opportunity
to donate your refund to the “Foundation for Physical Therapy” in Steve Levine’s name or to the “Stephen M. Levine Memorial Scholarship”
established by the University of Maryland’s School of Medicine’s Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science (PTRS).
Receipts for donations will be emailed to you for your records.
The following resources may be of assistance to you in our absence and we encourage you to reach out with any questions related to
resources for your practice/facilities as we complete this transition.
Please direct any questions you may have to the following:
Helene M. Fearon, PT 602-527-6614 Hfearon123@mac.com
Wendy Levine, email@example.com
With much gratitude to the incredible community of Fearon & Levine subscribers and clients, we hope that your continued success as
rehab professionals and administrators is in some small way a reflection of our mission to provide education, training and advocacy
in the areas of practice management and payment policy as it applies to rehabilitation services across all outpatient settings.
Helene M. Fearon, PT, FAPTA
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