Construction of the Fulton County Health Center in Wauseon, Ohio, got underway earlier this year with officials reporting that a planned September 2020 opening is still on schedule. According to an article in the Fulton County Expositor, the $4.5 million, 11,000-square-foot building will offer physical, occupational, and speech rehabilitation therapy services.

Reporter David J. Coehrs writes: “Features will include a therapeutic pool with an underwater treadmill and resistance jets; a body weight support and fall prevention system for patient stabilization; wall-mounted designs used for balance and reaching activities; specialized pediatric treatment; occupational and speech therapy treatment; lighting options and carpet and wallpaper patterns designed to introduce stimuli and decrease sensitivity; and a dedicated vestibular treatment room for dizziness and balance problems.”