The Courageous Ones

Casa Colina Success Stories

The people you're about to meet never imagined needing rehabilitation. They come from all walks of life, yet they share something in common: They had to overcome a debilitating injury or illness. They all did it at Casa Colina.

With patience, persistence, and the unrelenting support of their families, physicians, therapists, and other clinicians, they made remarkable progress to improve their quality of life. They have become inspirations to their families, friends, and everyone at Casa Colina.

We hope you find their stories as inspiring as we do.

In 2008, at just 26, Katherine Wolf suffered a near-fatal stroke that left her unable to walk, speak, or swallow food. For Katherine and her husband, ...
Jude Aquino doesn't understand Casa Colina is a place for recovery. He thinks it's a place to play. But then, Jude is only four years old, and ...
Eight years ago, a tragic accident left him paralyzed from the chest down. But it wouldn’t be the last time he flew. As a young man in Colombia, ...
When Lorie Hargrave and Hal Hargrave, Sr., arrived at Casa Colina with their eldest son in August 2007, they had already experienced the worst of the ...
For the Cooley Family, life is simple, and that’s OK. Each day, Christine rises before Josh to put out the horses and cook breakfast. She then ...
With Casa Colina's 80-year history of excellence, the Bosserman family knew it represented their mother, Barbara's, best possible chance of ...