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Garrity inspires and delights at 2018 Foundation inaugural Dish and Bloom luncheon

5/9/2018 9:26 AM | Foundation News

Madonna Foundation's 2018 inaugural Dish and Bloom luncheon featured Mary Carol Garrity, an interior designer and owner of Nell Hill's.

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New mom celebrates “mini miracles” after suffering stroke (KETV)

5/8/2018 9:28 AM | In the News, Patient Stories

Jessica Lode is a new mom, wife and runner. And at just 33, she suffered a stroke back in December. Jessica recovered at Madonna's Omaha Campus. KETV caught up with Jessica, now 34, who says she celebrates “mini miracles” as continues to gain back function in her left hand.

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Iowa man once paralyzed is now back on his feet (Siouxland News)

5/8/2018 9:25 AM | In the News, Patient Stories

Keith Bohle is a financial planner in Kingsley, Iowa, whose life changed dramatically after contracting Guillain-Barre in August 2017. Within 36 hours, Keith was paralyzed. Through months of therapy at Madonna’s Lincoln Campus, Keith never lost his humor and met his goal to walk out the door.

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Celebrating nurses week at Madonna

5/4/2018 8:31 AM |

May 6-12, 2018 is designated as Nurses week. We want to recognize the important role nurses play in the Madonna care team and highlight why they're passionate about working here.

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Singing gospel songs at Madonna fuels stroke survivor’s recovery

5/1/2018 10:53 AM | Patient Stories

Joe Lape says he's blessed despite suffering a stroke in October 2017. The Omaha pastor shared his love of gospel music with other patients during his recovery at Madonna's Omaha Campus. He says staff tapped into that passion along with his love of golf to help motivate him during therapy. "I love this place. It was a godsend for me to be here."

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Celebrating occupational therapy month at Madonna

4/24/2018 10:50 AM | Patient Stories

The month of April has been designated as Occupational Therapy Month and Madonna would like to recognize the important role of occupational therapy in its comprehensive approach to meet the needs of patients receiving care in Lincoln and Omaha.

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Crash survivors, first responders urge Nebraska drivers to move over, look out for roadside workers (Lincoln Journal Star)

4/11/2018 8:25 AM | In the News

Larry Miller spent time recovering at Madonna's Omaha Campus due to a work-related accident where he lost part of his right leg. A tow truck driver, Larry's among Nebraskans speaking out to drivers, telling them to give room to emergency vehicles and those working along the roadside.

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Former patient fulfills promise of playing guitar for care team

4/2/2018 3:57 PM | In the News, Patient Stories

A motorcycle accident left Levi Weber with severe injuries, including brain trauma. But that didn't stop the Sioux City, Iowa, man from fulfilling his promise to his care team.

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Iowa teen gets special treat from Husker Volleyball (KOLN)

3/14/2018 4:23 PM | In the News

Ashley Crouse, 19, is a dedicated volleyball fan. The Red Oak, Iowa, native appreciates the competitiveness of the sport. After surviving a car crash earlier this year and a three week coma, Ashley’s been recovering from a traumatic brain injury at the Lincoln Campus. Recently she met two Husker volleyball standouts Mickaela Focke, a fellow Iowan, and Annika Albrecht, who are inspired by her hard work and dedication.

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Healing through song (KETV)

3/14/2018 3:04 PM | In the News

After nearly dying from an asthma attack, Genevieve Bundy shares her beautiful voice to encourage and inspire others. The gifted 17-year-old enjoys volunteering at the Lincoln Campus where she recovered last year.

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