I was in terrible shape. I had been diagnosed with heart failure and was also struggling with wounds that just wouldn’t heal. When I was discharged and transferred to Delmar Center, I required a mechanical lift for all transfers. I felt helpless and hopeless.
My mood began to change as soon as I met the team at Delmar Center. At first, I relied on them completely—and they were there for me 24/7. And just as important as their medical and therapeutic excellence, they also had a positive attitude, which rubbed off on me.
When I arrived at Delmar Center, I was concerned that I would have to move into long-term care. But the team wouldn’t let that happen. I can now walk on my own with a walker and I’m completely independent. I returned home to my family just in time for Christmas! A great gift!
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