On Tuesday, Jan. 3, the Huskers visited the Madonna Magic, a wheelchair basketball team, turning their routine practice into an incredible experience for all.
Family bonds are important around this time of year. For patients at Madonna, where family-centered care is a priority, the support of family and friends is a big part of the rehabilitation journey. Listen as Myles Hibler, who came to Madonna after a spinal cord injury left him unable tomove his arms or legs, shares his family story.
A South Dakota over-the-road truck driver fell on the job 1,200 miles from his home. Rodney Guthmiller was preparing to unload his trailer on Jan. 13 in Jerome, Idaho, when he fell, suffering a traumatic brain injury.
For 6-year-old Nate Venne, most days at Madonna's Alexis Verzal Children's Rehabilitation Unit consisted of a rigorous schedule of therapies every half hour.
A quad-stick purchased through the Madonna Foundation's First Hope Patient Equipment Fund will help Myles Hibler return to college classes and engage in leisure activities. Click here to read more.