Gaylord Specialty Healthcare

Gaylord Specialty Healthcare

The Gaylord Specialty Healthcare Podcast features patients, families, and medical professionals dealing with serious illnesses or injuries and is meant to inspire, bring hope and insight, and a message of belief that life after a traumatic illness or injury is POSSIBLE!

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November 21, 2022 23 min

Officer Dave Petersen, a police officer with the New Milford, Connecticut, Police Department for the past 12 years,  has witnessed the results of traumatic accidents where every second matters in saving lives. He is on the crash scene reconstruction team and is a drug-recognition expert who shares some of the technical and intuitive skills used in detecting how an accident occurred or if a person has used drugs. With a family of hi...

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Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program is part of the National ThinkFirst Association, which is committed to educating youth about the devastating and life-altering consequences of poor decisions that can lead to a serious brain or spinal cord injury.

In this episode of the Gaylord Specialty Healthcare "Think Possible" podcast,  32-year-old Meagan Ricci, shares her journey of being paralyzed from the waist down. Just 18 months ago...

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Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program is part of the National ThinkFirst Association, which is committed to educating youth about the devastating and life-altering consequences of poor decisions that can lead to a serious brain or spinal cord injury.

In this episode, Megan Palmer, OT, and Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program coordinator, interviews Amy Beckwith.  Amy's 19-year-old daughter was in a drunk driving accident eight years ago ...

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Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program is part of the National ThinkFirst Association, which is committed to educating youth about the devastating and life-altering consequences of poor decisions that can lead to a serious brain or spinal cord injury.

In this episode, Megan Palmer, OT and Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program coordinator, interviews Matthew Solomon a high school student who had to make some hard choices after receiving severa...

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Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program is part of the National ThinkFirst Association, which is committed to educating youth about the devastating and life-altering consequences of poor decisions that can lead to a serious brain or spinal cord injury.

In this first episode, Megan Palmer, OT and Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program coordinator, interviews Ryan Tapp, a former patient, who was in a serious car accident that wounded three other ...

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Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program is part of the National ThinkFirst Association, which is committed to educating youth about the devastating and life-altering consequences of poor decisions that can lead to a serious brain or spinal cord injury.

In this episode, Megan Palmer, OT and Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program coordinator, interviews Caitlin Boland, PT, DPT, about her role as a physical therapist at Gaylord and how she made he...

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Gaylord's ThinkFirst Program is part of the National ThinkFirst Association, which is committed to educating youth about the devastating and life-altering consequences of poor decisions that can lead to a serious brain or spinal cord injury.
 
 Dr. Alyse Sicklick, Gaylord's Medical Director of Inpatient Rehabilitation and a physiatrist, speaks about her almost 30-year career at Gaylord, how the fields of medicine and rehabil...

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