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  • Dennis S.

    Dennis S.
    Dennis Sumler served our community for 42 years as a police officer and part of the Clark County Probation Office. He retired in January 2017. Dennis and his wife settled into his retirement by ...
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  • Gary R.

    Gary R.
    Gary Reynolds spent his days working 30-40 hours per week assisting patients prior to cataract surgery. Along with his day job, Gary spent long hours cutting down trees in the heat of the summer. One ...
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  • Joeann B.

    Joeann B.
    Completing her morning chores, Joeann Brown realized she needed to feed her outdoor cats. She gathered their food and headed for the back door. Hands full, Joeann attempted to push open the door with ...
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  • Lorenzo M.

    Lorenzo M.

    Vibra Hospital of Southeastern Michigan-Taylor Campus

    Lorenzo Mosley was an active, 22-year-old young man at the time of motorcycle accident. He was a hard worker, working full-time in assembly at Ford Motor Company. Lorenzo and his girlfriend were living life to the fullest. But the motorcycle accident robbed Lorenzo of his independence. For six weeks, Lorenzo couldn't bear any weight on his legs or his right arm. He was dependent upon others for all mobility and self-care activities. Determined to recover, Lorenzo came to Vibra Hospital of ... Lorenzo Mosley was an active, 22-year-old young man at the time of motorcycle accident. He was a hard worker, working full-time in assembly at Ford ... Read More
  • Carole R.

    Carole R.

    Vibra Rehabilitation Hospital of Rancho Mirage

    Carole Rogers isn't used to inactivity. A nurse of 47 years, Carole remains active in the community. She sits on the board for the Desert Healthcare District & Foundation and belongs to the Palm Springs Rotary Board. She is passionate about giving back to the community, including volunteering as a nurse at the homeless clinic. Recently, Carole underwent a routine hip replacement at Desert Regional Hospital. She discharged home and was doing well, independent with the use of a walker. But ... Carole Rogers isn't used to inactivity. A nurse of 47 years, Carole remains active in the community. She sits on the board for the Desert Healthcare ... Read More
  • Robert F.

    Robert F.

    San Joaquin Valley Rehabilitation Hospital

    “It was a typical Sunday,” Robert recalled. Robert and his wife started their morning at church, as they did each Sunday. After services concluded, they planned to spend some time golfing. But a minor incident at church would foreshadow trouble ahead. During services, Robert became slightly unsteady and stumbled. He regained his balance and otherwise felt fine. The couple settled in at home after services and got ready golfing. Since they live on the course, Robert drove his wife in their ... “It was a typical Sunday,” Robert recalled. Robert and his wife started their morning at church, as they did each Sunday. After services concluded, ... Read More
  • Karyn W.

    Karyn W.

    Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital

    A busy healthcare professional, Karyn Weber quickly found herself with the tables turned. Sudden onset of right-sided weakness and right facial droop suggested Karyn had suffered a stroke. A visit to the hospital confirmed the diagnosis. After emergency treatment, Karyn chose Gateway Rehabilitation Hospital for the next stage of her recovery. Karyn arrived at Gateway requiring assistance with mobility, self-care, speech, and walking. A motivated individual, Karyn worked hard during her ... A busy healthcare professional, Karyn Weber quickly found herself with the tables turned. Sudden onset of right-sided weakness and right facial droop ... Read More
  • Virginia A.

    Virginia A.

    Ballard Rehabilitation Hospital

    One night, Virginia Aceves found she was having difficulty getting into bed. "My head was so heavy," she recalled, "and the left side of my body wouldn't move at all." Virginia shares a house with her friend, who heard her struggling. Coming in to see what was going on, she offered to call the paramedics. But Virginia insisted she was fine. She acknowledges she should have known better, having gone through this when her husband had a stroke several years ago. Eventually, Virginia relented ... One night, Virginia Aceves found she was having difficulty getting into bed. "My head was so heavy," she recalled, "and the left side of my body ... Read More
  • Dejah H.

    Dejah H.

    Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital

    Dejah Hernandez's car accident was bad. The vehicle she was traveling in slammed into a concrete barrier at 60mph. It took emergency personnel an hour to extract Dejah from the vehicle. Fortunately, Dejah was wearing her seat belt and the airbags deployed. But the 18-year-old faced a significant recovery. Transported to University Medical Center in El Paso, Dejah was intubated in the ER. The list of injuries Dejah suffered was extensive: Left hip dislocation with posterior wall fracture ... Dejah Hernandez's car accident was bad. The vehicle she was traveling in slammed into a concrete barrier at 60mph. It took emergency personnel an hour ... Read More
  • Marylynn R.

    Marylynn R.

    Vibra Hospital of Fargo

    Imagine that you can see, hear, understand, and comprehend everything around you. But every time you try to speak, laugh, joke, cry, or scream, you can't. Not because you don't know how to do it, but because your body has failed you. That was the reality for Marilynn when she arrived at Vibra Hospital of Fargo. Marilynn arrived at Vibra with a condition called Osmotic Demyelination Syndrome. Better known as "locked-in syndrome", this condition blocks the brain's communication with the ... Imagine that you can see, hear, understand, and comprehend everything around you. But every time you try to speak, laugh, joke, cry, or scream, you ... Read More
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