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Mary was in a severe multi-vehicle accident with her husband. The impact resulted in the death of her husband and Mary suffered extensive injuries as a result of the impact. Her arm and leg were fractured and she had to be intubated and placed on a ventilator to support her breathing. Mary also had to have a gastric tube placed to support her nutrition. Her injuries - external and internal - were so complex there were doubts about if she would be able to survive, let alone recover.

Mary rallied, however, and when her condition at the general hospital was sufficiently stabilized, she transferred to Kindred for ventilator weaning and rehabilitation. She began to make immediate progress with the support of her family and team of caregivers and it wasn't long before she was successfully able to wean from the ventilator as her pulmonary strength returned and she was able to breathe on her own again.

Once the tracheostomy was removed, Mary was able to begin eating a normal diet again. She also made remarkable progress in physical and occupational therapy, and on the day of her discharge she was able to walk out of Kindred on her own to stay with a family member. A team of caregivers and other staff members applauded her courage and determination as she walked out of her room and out the front door. Before she left Mary shared that she plans to move to Minnesota to live with her family and continue her recovery surrounded by loved ones.

Mary, all of us at Kindred would like to take this opportunity to wish you all the best and hope that you are able to fully recover and start a new life with the support and love of your family. You are truly an inspiration to all of us - your story touched our hearts.
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