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What’s your best advice for patients and families after a spinal cord injury?

What’s your best advice for patients and families after a spinal cord injury?

Kristine Cichowski, MS

Founding Director, Life Center, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

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Life is not over. You have a life ahead of you, with a lot of learning. You're in school again, whether you want to be in school or not, this is going to be a lifelong education. But the road ahead is going to bring you places you've never dr... Show More

Life is not over. You have a life ahead of you, with a lot of learning. You're in school again, whether you want to be in school or not, this is going to be a lifelong education. But the road ahead is going to bring you places you've never dreamt, and to be with people you've never imagined to be with. And you're going to walk away with, figuratively—maybe you're not walking—but you will walk away with a new sense of purpose, and an idea of where you need to take yourself in life. And I can guarantee that it will happen, that I can tell you.

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What’s your best advice for patients and families after a spinal cord injury?

Kristine Cichowski, MS

Founding Director, Life Center, Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago

More Videos by Kristine Cichowski
Transcriptadd

Life is not over. You have a life ahead of you, with a lot of learning. You're in school again, whether you want to be in school or not, this is going to be a lifelong education. But the road ahead is going to bring you places you've never dreamt, and to be with people you've never imagined to be with. And you're going to walk away with, figuratively—maybe you're not walking—but you will walk away with a new sense of purpose, and an idea of where you need to take yourself in life. And I can guarantee that it will happen, that I can tell you.

What’s your best advice for patients and families after a spinal cord injury?
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