Community Involvement


Paramount Supports Our Patients, Employees and Communities

Paramount believes that to truly improve the lives of our patients and employees, we must do our part to help the communities where we all live. That’s why you’ll often see us sponsoring local events.

Our commitment to community involvement also helps Paramount attract the most dedicated therapists in the area.

It’s not possible to list everything we do to support our communities, but this list offers a sample of the wide range of activities Paramount supports.

Team Collin

A couple of months ago, we were made aware on Facebook of a child named Collin who, along with his family, was selling Team Collin shirts to raise money to send children to Starlight Shores Family Camp. In the past, Collin attended the camp for children with cancer.

We wanted to support Collin and his mission, so everyone in all three offices bought the bright yellow Team Collin shirts.

Toys For Tots

Paramount is a collection site for Toys for Tots. We ask employees, patients, and the community to drop off new toys at our Bay City or Saginaw locations.

Welcome Home Amir Hekmati

We filled a poster board with signatures welcoming home Amir Hekmati, a former US Marine who was arrested in Iran in 2011 and accused of spying. He was tried and sentenced to death. The ruling was overturned and he returned home in 2016 to his family in Flint.

Zippity Zoo Da Day

The Children’s Zoo at Celebration Square opened for free to families with disabilities. We provided information and activities for zoo visitors.

Christmas Giveaway

Every December, we hold a Facebook contest to give away toys that our pediatric therapists select. Along with the contest, we educate parents on the best toys that help children grow and build skills.

 

Arenac County Fair Sponsors

We’re proud sponsors of the annual Arenac County Fair

 

Autism Light It Up Blue

We participate in World Autism Month every April through the Light It Up Blue event. The goal is to increase understanding and acceptance of Autism Spectrum Disorder.