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Success Story: Brenda Clark

September 23, 2021

Brenda Clark came to us in June after experiencing a cerebrovascular accident (referred to commonly as a CVA or “stroke”) which left her weakened and unable to complete her daily activities independently. The stroke also effected her ability to communicate for a period of time. Both of these losses necessitated Brenda’s need for additional therapy after her hospital discharge.

Brenda admitted to Greenville Nursing and Rehabilitation and began a schedule of physical therapy, occupational therapy, and speech therapy to recover the strength, endurance, and abilities that she enjoyed prior to her event. Upon her arrival, Brenda was experiencing weakness in her legs which made her dependent on the assistance of staff to walk and transfer. She also required moderate assistance to complete her daily self-care routine. With her hard work and the knowledge and dedication of our therapy staff, Brenda is now able to get around on her own and able to have greater independence in her daily routine.

Brenda enjoys meal time, and says that her favorite dishes are our cheeseburger and fries and our fish. For activity, she mostly enjoys playing ball with the other residents during therapy. In her free time, you will find Brenda reading big, thick books or playing solitaire on her phone. She gets into animated features, and her favorite movie is “Despicable Me” with Gru and the Minions. We are so proud of the progress you’ve made, Brenda!