"The doctor told me the prognosis was not good and I would most likely need to be placed in a long term care facility. Being partially paralyzed when I first came to Sullivan Park, I could not move my fingers, sit up or talk. I had a feeding tube and felt I was never going to make it home."
"Every complication I faced was met with highly specialized care," she explains, "the type of care that allows dreams to come true, even when the statistics say otherwise."
"I went from being able to do nothing for myself to raising my arms, wiggling my fingers and toes, talking in full sentences, walking with the assistance of a walker and being able to eat without the use of a feeding tube."
"Sullivan Park Care Center has a different attitude from the moment you arrive."