Success Stories

Stephanie Wever was only 22-years-old when she suffered a massive stroke that left her paralyzed and unable to speak. She had just become engaged and was determined to keep her wedding plans, including walking down the aisle. Stephanie and her family selected the CARF accredited stroke rehabilitation program at Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital to help her achieve her goals. With intense rehabilitation, hard work and the support of her family, Stephanie walked down the aisle on her wedding day and clearly said, "I do."

  • Nebraska City, Nebraska
    High school principal finds her voice after stroke

  • Lincoln, Nebraska
    Navigating the path to stroke recovery

  • Lincoln, Nebraska
    Trucker overcomes adversity to reclaim his seat following a stroke

  • Sioux City, Iowa
    Iowan reflects on life post-stroke

  • Humbolt, Nebraska
    Support bolsters nurse during stroke recovery

  • Council Bluffs, Iowa
    Overcoming the obstacles

  • North Platte, Nebraska
    Transitional Living Program offers patient a new avenue for independence

  • Galva, Iowa
    Four-year-old battles back from stroke

  • Peer support results in lasting friendship for stroke patients

  • Kansas City, Missouri
    Kansan embraces life after amputation and stroke

  • Salina, Kansas
    "I can attitude" helps patient achieve his goals

  • Hallam, Nebraska
    Multiple strokes can't hinder princess' spirit

Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital
5401 South St.
Lincoln, NE 68506
Phone: (402) 413-3000
Toll-Free: (800) 676-5448