Independence means staying connected with friends
Independence means giving someone part of their life back – giving someone hope
Independence means being able to reach new heights – at home and within a therapy setting
Independence means reading a book on the weekends, and turning the pages independently
Independence means increased mobility and celebrating each inch of progress
Independence means eating a snack when something sounds good
Independence means getting back into the art studio
Independence means being able to decide when to do things, to be able to hug a loved one
Independence means having coffee with family
Independence means doing what one loves and what one wants to be able to do
Independence means many things to different people – it could mean the ability to be exactly who you are, to have the freedom to express yourself, or make decisions.
Over the next month, we will highlight various patients, clinicians, care persons, team members and organizations as they navigate what independence means to them. We want to hear from you too – share a photo or short clip of what independence means to you and tag @Abilitech Medical. Missed a day? No problem, we will keep the latest updates here.