Harry M.

Harry M.

Harry McClureʼs persistence and dedication to return to his prior level of function was unwavering. Mr. McClure suffered from a traumatic brain injury. He arrived to LTAC completely ventilator dependent requiring full assistance for all care. After a short time at our rehabilitation facility, Mr. McClure was ambulating with a walker with minimal assistance. He then suffered a temporal stroke and returned back to dependent assistance. When it appeared that all hope may be lost, Mr. McClureʼs persistence to improve came riding in. We then rehabilitated him again. Upon discharge, Mr. McClure was without oxygen, transferring, ambulating, and performing self care with minimal assistance. He has now returned to our outpatient clinic for speech therapy to improve his cognitive function. He is currently independent with all mobility and self care. Mr. McClureʼs recovery is a testament to the collaboration and hard work of therapy, nursing, clinical staff and respiratory services. Thank you Mr. McClure for inspiring us to always fi ght and to never give up when all hope seems to be lost.