The Courageous Ones
The people you're about to meet never imagined needing rehabilitation.
They come from all walks of life - a mother, a student, a successful businessman,
a fireman, and a cabinetmaker. Yet they all share something in common:
one day they encountered the unthinkable - a debilitating injury or illness.
The moment that changed each of their lives was fate, but they refused
to let it be their destiny. Instead, they worked several hours each day
at Casa Colina to get better in some way. It took a lot of patience, persistence
and the unrelenting support of their physicians, physical therapists,
occupational therapists, speech therapists, neuropsychologists and other
clinicians. As you'll soon see, they made remarkable progress in their
therapy. In the process, they continue to inspire their families, their
friends, other patients, everyone at Casa Colina, and we hope you too.
At the age of 25, Katherine Wolf was a model, actress, wife, and mother. One day while her baby napped peacefully in his crib, Katherine collapsed on ...
As the chief executive of an Ontario-based company, Frank Glankler was used to being in complete control. He regularly commuted between Arizona and ...
After a terrible snowboarding accident in December 2000, Brett Graham almost lost his life. Today, he has a normal life – a challenging job, a ...
Carmen Mexia was lying down on her bed, facing the footboard and watching the Grammy's on TV. She fell asleep and rolled off the bed, breaking two ...
On the morning of October 9, 2006, Apple Valley Fire District firefighter Larry Davis responded to a structure fire. While they were inside, ...