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Ownership & Management

Robin Hill Farm has been proudly owned and operated for 30 years by the Donovan Family. Much of our success is due to an incredibly talented and dedicated staff who are adept in transforming concepts into everyday action plans. We'd love for you to meet each and every one of them, but here's a start...

Ownership

Marge Donovan-Fritz - Chairman of the Board, and a founding member of Robin Hill Farm. Marge has a long history of direct care, and offers support and direction to newer staff.

Jerry Donovan - President, and second generation. Jerry is responsible for the overall daily operation of Robin Hill.

Nancy Donovan - Vice President, and a second generation founding member. Nancy is responsible for the upkeep and appearance of our facilities.

Tim Donovan - Vice President, with significant direct care experience, particularly in other pilot rehab programs. Tim has general marketing responsibilities, and also provides 1:1 expertise as needed.

 


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The Donovan Family:
Jerry, Marge, Nancy & Tim


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Tim, Nancy & Jerry

 
       
 
       
Management

Jeremiah A. Donovan, MBA, CBIS
President

B.S. in Health Management,
Northeastern University

Master's in Business, Suffolk University

Executive Committee, Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire

Certified Brain Injury Specialist, American Academy for the Certification of Brain Injury Specialists (AACBIS) - a subsidiary of the Brain Injury Association of America

Jerry is responsible for the overall operation of Robin Hill Farm, including strategic direction and development, and has been with the company for 13 years.

In 2005, Jerry submitted a presentation to the Massachusetts Brain Injury Assoc. Conference on "Post Acute Care Options - Residential Treatment and Rehabilitation within the Continuum".

Read the full presentation here...

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Brant A. (Bud) Elkind, MS, CBIS-T,
Director of Clinical Operations

A hospital administrator by training, Bud entered the field of brain injury rehabilitation in 1985. Since that time, he has held senior level administrative and clinical positions, the last seven of which have been with Robin Hill Farm as Director of Clinical Operations. He is experienced in Dual-diagnosis Neuro-behavior, A-typical Sub-acute and Post-acute Rehabilitation. Bud’s graduate training is in Human Services and Management. He is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist Trainer (CBIST), holds a Certificate in Applied Behavior Analysis and is an Adjunct at Granite State College. He currently chairs the Academy of Certified Brain Injury Specialists Board of Governors (ACBIS), Serves on the Board of Directors of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA), is the Immediate Past President of the Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire (BIANH); a Past Chair of New Hampshire’s Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Advisory Council, a Past President of the Wings of Hope Foundation and is a member of the New Hampshire Civilian-Military Cooperative Council. Bud has an immediate family connection to both ABI and TBI, is a regular conference presenter and has written numerous articles relating to brain injury and rehabilitation.


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Sheryl Roy, BS, CBIS
Manager of Clinical Operations

Sheryl earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Therapeutic Rehabilitation from Springfield College, Springfield MA. She continued with several graduate courses concentrating in nursing and rehabilitation.

Sheryl is a certified as a Brain Injury Specialist from the American Academy for the Certification of Brain Injury Specialists (AACBIS) - a subsidiary of the Brain Injury Association of America.

Sheryl began working at Robin Hill Farm in 1990, when it had just two programs, as a direct care staff person and then as a hands-on program manager. She values the relationships that have developed and continue with the residents, their families, and all the medical and case management teams.

She has spent 16 dedicated years working directly with the owners of Robin Hill Farm on the careful growth and development of four additional programs offering varied levels of care.

Her resident first approach, education and experience assures that the dignity, respect, and high standards of care of the residents are never compromised. Sheryl is now overseeing the programs and also plays a vital role in staff development, support, and training.


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