Our Stories

Surviving a major brain injury is one thing. Restoring your life and routines is another.

Some people just have that sparkle. You know who they are – the ones full of energy and optimism, the ones who are living life to the fullest. When a health crisis strikes, those attributes may be the best medicine.

Creating a better story

Kimberly Goslin, M.D., Ph.D., eases the way for patients who have Lou Gehrig's disease.

A long way back from stroke

Surviving a stroke and regaining one’s health depend on many things. Brad Soots, an employee at Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children, suffered a severe stroke in May 2010.