Success Stories


Susan

“I love you all!”

Susan was due to get an antibody infusion with her husband to guard against COVID, but on the day she was scheduled to receive it she began to have trouble walking and was suddenly breathless after taking a few steps.

Read More


Beverly

“What I’ve experienced here is amazing grace.”

Beverly was found in distress by her home health aide on a routine visit – she was out of breath, coughing and in a state of confusion. She was taken to the hospital and found to have COVID-19 and abnormally low levels of oxygen in her blood.

Read More


Brad

“Thank you all for a job well done!”

Brad and his wife both contracted COVID-19 at the same time and had to be hospitalized in late January.

Read More


Steven

“I beat COVID!”

Steve is an avid gardener and hiker who loves to visit national parks and is devoted to his grandchildren, volunteering for the little league and supporting them in after-school activities.

Read More


Linda V.

"The Staff has Been Very Nurturing and Caring."

Linda has been passionate about art all her life and taught at Purdue University for 29 years. Although she loves all of the different disciplines she is most fond of sculpture and is an accomplished sculptor who was commissioned by another major university to debut an original piece in the fall of this year.

Read More


Margaret

Thankful for Being Alive

Margaret lives at home and loves to dote on her grandchildren, cook, bake and decorate cakes. When she developed persistent pain in her abdomen that progressively grew worse she finally went to the hospital at the insistence of her family where she was diagnosed to be suffering from a severe infection caused by flesh-eating bacteria.

Read More


Jo

Steady Progress Toward Recovery

Jo came to Kindred for advanced wound treatment after being admitted to a general hospital. Her wounds were very severe and the infections she had were highly acute, yet despite the treatment she was receiving at another facility she was not making sufficient progress. Unfortunately, her infections had taken a toll on her right foot and Jo had to have her right toe amputated to facilitate her recovery.

Read More