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Aug 18, 2017 Latest post:
Mar 1, 2018
Jerry and Al Booren – brothers of Robin Booren – have developed this site to update friends, family and others on Robin Booren.
On July 29, Robin suffered a stroke. Thankfully to the quick actions of Robin’s friends working with him that day on the farm, Robin was taken to North Memorial Hospital. After a week in the ICU, Robin improved enough to be moved in a standard room. Working in consultation with Robin’s doctors and case workers, Robin moved to Regency Minneapolis, which is a small private hospital that focuses on stroke patients who suffer neurological or post-trauma recovery conditions and need additional 24-hour care while they undergo physical, speech, and nutrition therapy.
Robin has improved greatly and has recently moved facilities. He is now getting medical care and undergoing the needed therapies at The Estates at Greeley in Stillwater, MN. As a family, we believe this is the right place for Robin to continue his journey of recovery.
As you can imagine, Robin has lots of healing and hard work in front of him. That said, should you want to visit Robin, we welcome that and know Robin would enjoy it! We do ask you be mindful of the journey he is on right now and the qualified staff working with him every day to improve his outcome. As such, our family suggests visiting between 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and for short periods of times as medical professional are working with Robin every day and he tires easily. Robin is now in Room 228B and can be reached via phone at 651-689-9082.
Well wishes (cards) and visitors should use this address:
The Estates at Greeley, LLC c/o Robin Booren 313 South Greeley Street Stillwater, MN 55082
We will post updates on Robin as needed on this site. Please share with others that may be interested.
Our family thanks everyone for thoughts and prayers for Robin. We continue to support his rehabilitation journey knowing stoke recovery is a long and sometimes painful process to chart successes.