A Story of Love and Independence

August 2016

“The reason we made this investment in equipment and bathrooms is because 2 years ago Denise had to go to the hospital then to the nursing home.  She was usually an upbeat, positive person even through MS but when she was in the nursing home she got depressed for the first time in her life.  After that experience they decided they were going to do everything we can to keep her here.  With this equipment it enables me to take care of her for the rest of her life.”

Don and Denise married in 1980 and live in old town Littleton.  Don dedicates every day to caring for his wife who was diagnosed with MS 24 years ago.

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JOE FANGMAN, Physical Therapist at Craig Hospital, is our July therapist of the month!

Joe's interest in physical therapy began as an athlete in highschool and college when his injuries required physical therapy.  He attended the University of Nebraska Lincoln receiving a B.S. in Biological Science and then attended Duke University receiving a M.S. in Physical Therapy.

He chose to work with individuals with spinal cord injuries because of the time and the difference he gets to see and make in his patient's lives every day.  So many of his patients have gone on to do amazing things and have become some of his personal heroes. 

Joe has a huge passion for adaptive sports.  He is certified as a ski instructor, adaptive track and field official, and started an adaptive tennis program in Virginia.  

The highlight of his year is attending the National Veteran Wheelchair Games as an official and being able to work with these brave men and women who have served this great nation. 

From the entire Accessible Systems team, congratulations!  We appreciate you!

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