Reset Priorities
Great piece! This intensive exercise approach by ADAPT, Project Walk, and others is a lifesaver

[“Second Chance Rehab,” April 2015]. My wife, injured at C5-6 incomplete, was lucky to discover SCI-FIT in Northern California It gave her hope, and the staff are now family. She is now a “walkin’ quad” and no doubt will see more independence as a result of this type of therapy. My advice to anyone with mobility struggles, be it from SCI, multiple sclerosis, stroke or whatever, is find a SCI-FIT type of rehab, or help start one, and you will never regret the expense. You will reset your priorities to make it a part of your life.
Carey Chenowith
Sausalito, California

Brain in a Bottle
My wonderful wife Debra researched a bunch last year and discovered ADAPT [“Second Chance Rehab”]. Just today I was up there for my session, even though this does involve a five-hour round trip drive with six stops for weight s