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Our residents overcame so much to get where they are today. We are inspired by their courage and commitment and we are proud of their strength.

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How I got stronger at Triboro Center

Senny Josephs

Triboro Center

Fatmata Bangura

Bannister Center

Christine Barnes

Beth Abraham Center

Carlota Reyes

Boro Park Center

Zeruiah Yehuda

Boro Park Center

Arnie Koenig

Boro Park Center

Eli Tropper

Boro Park Center

Jesus Soto

Bronx Center

Rosemarie Solomon

Bronx Center

Alabi Adeluwoye

Brooklyn Center

Rodger Shields

Brooklyn Center

Justin Coke

Buffalo Center

Yvette Parker

Bushwick Center

Christopher Dario

Bushwick Center

Ralph Didomenico

Cooperstown Center

Linda McCoy

Deptford Center

Teresa Anzalone

Deptford Center

Judy Rushfrord

Essex Center

Patricia Boyee

Essex Center

Dale Sardea

Far Rockaway Center

Lionel Louis

Far Rockaway Center

Jane McArthur

Fulton Center

Theresa Monroe

Glens Falls Center

Jack Murray

Hammonton Center

Trent Robinson

Hammonton Center

Kay-Andra Morgan

Holliswood Center

Denys Surhayenko

Hope Center

Edna Hutchinson

Hope Center

Lawrence Cannone

Kingston Center

Gloria Velazquez

Martine Center

Stephen Nisbett Jr

Martine Center

Donna Quick

New Paltz Center

Annette Fearon

Northern Manor

Jose Vieira

Oak Hill Center

Maria Walker

Oak Hill Center

Alexis Nilsson

Oneida Center

Martin Serenkin

Richmond Center

Rosemary Beckley

Richmond Center

George Long

Schenectady Center

Shannon Lansley

Schenectady Center

Sarah Birdsong

Slate Valley Center

Hector Pacheco

Triboro Center

James Peck

Triboro Center

Rajpaul Mithuram

Triboro Center

Don Krom

Troy Center

Michelle Nelligan

Troy Center

Marcello Puello

University Center

Alyssa Cullember

Warren Center

Albert Jusino

Washington Center

Ronald Hintz

Washington Center

Aria Myrick

Williamsbridge Center

Glen Gomez

Williamsbridge Center

Carlos Guichardo

Former Patient at Triboro Center

My condition had gone from bad to worse. I was anemic—dizzy, tired and short of breath. My diabetes and high blood pressure contributed to my weakness. I couldn’t get out of bed—which led to a pressure ulcer on my hip. I need rehab, and I knew exactly where to go: Triboro Center. I’d been there before, and I knew from experience that they are excellent. The team didn’t disappoint. The therapists checked in with me every day, as did my nurse. The rehab program they designed for me worked wonders. When I came to Triboro Center, I couldn’t get out of bed. Two months later I’m home, walking and going up stairs on my own!

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Darah Mason

Former Patient at Triboro Center

Many people don’t understand how debilitating arthritis can be. I feel the pain in all my joints, and not long ago my right knee completely locked up. I couldn’t bend it. It was impossible for me to cook a meal, do my laundry—do simple activities that most take for granted. I spent some time in the hospital, but it was when I was discharged and transferred to Triboro Center that I began to see the light at the end of the tunnel. The rehab team checked in with me every day, and—this is amazing—they even made my exercises enjoyable! My greatest joy, however, came when I walked out of the facility on my own, to the cheers of the staff. I’m back home now, cooking my own meals and doing my own laundry. What a great team they have at Triboro Center!

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Elise Maxwell

Former Patient at Triboro Center

I fell out of bed and broke my right arm. The pain was excruciating. St. Barnabas Hospital repaired the bone, but I was still in pain. I couldn’t dress myself and I was afraid to stand up on my own. I was worried that I’d lose my balance and take another fall. Thankfully, I was discharged to Triboro Center for my rehab. The medical staff and the therapists—the whole team—recognized that it wasn’t just about a broken bone. They treated the whole me, managing my pain and my fears. The pain is gone now as is my fear. The Triboro Center team built up my strength and my confidence. My goal was to get back to how I was before I took the fall. But they did more than that. Because I feel stronger and healthier than ever!

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Hurtado Nery

Former Patient at Triboro Center

I have arthritis, which is hard enough, but my condition got much worse when I got cellulitis in my leg. The infection was so bad, the pain so intense, I couldn’t even get out of bed. Going to Triboro Center was truly life-changing for me. First, the medical team, led by a wound specialist, addressed my infection. They worked wonders. Speaking of working wonders, the physical and occupational therapists designed a rehab program for me and worked with me six days a week. The infection is under control. I can get out of bed—even go up stairs—on my own. I was at Triboro Center for seven weeks—seven weeks that made a world of difference for me!

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Marcia Philips

Former Patient at Triboro Center

I have a serious problem with my weight. The medical term is morbidly obese. It sounds bad, and it is. My weight has definitely adversely affected my health: I have diabetes, anemia, high blood pressure, the list goes on. It got to the point where I couldn’t even walk. I thought my situation was hopeless, but the moment I arrived at Triboro Center, the staff gave me my hope back. Their enthusiasm was contagious. The rehab team is absolutely wonderful. They treated me so nicely, and I loved working with them. We built a rapport, and they built up my strength. It took some time—ten weeks to be exact—but they got me back on my feet and back home. I can’t thank the Triboro Center team enough. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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Rahman Muhammad

Former Patient at Triboro Center

I had been laid up in a hospital bed for weeks, and when it was time for me to be discharged it was clear that I couldn’t be on my own. I barely had the strength to lift my head off a pillow, let alone stand up. If I tried, I’d likely lose my balance and fall. A liaison met with me and smoothed my transfer to Triboro Center, and that was my first step back into the community. The entire staff was there for me—making sure I took my meds on time and providing good, nutritional meals. And the physical and occupational therapists were outstanding. I feel healthier and stronger now than I have in a long time. I heartily recommend the Triboro Center team to anyone who is recovering from illness, injury or surgery. They are winners!

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Senny Josephs

Resident at Triboro Center

"I was in terrible condition. I couldn’t speak, I was on a feeding tube, ventilator, and a trach tube. I couldn’t even open my hands. When I came to Triboro Center I was confused and disoriented. I thought my situation was hopeless. But the staff at Triboro Center immediately set out to give me hope. Not only are they true professionals, great at their jobs, they are also wonderful people—so engaging. Everyone—the therapists, nurses, dietitian, housekeeping—checks on me every day. They made me comfortable. I couldn’t eat for two months, but now I can swallow again. My lungs are getting stronger, I can walk again, and, just as important, my mental state is much better. I’m a nurse and my husband is a doctor. I know all about healthcare, and I know that Triboro Center is the best!"

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Utate Gabino

Former Patient at Triboro Center

My health has been an area of great concern over the last few years. I have colon cancer and high blood pressure, and early this year I experienced respiratory failure. My strength, balance and endurance were all impaired. I could hardly move. But the one move I did make—going to Triboro Center—was the key to my recovery. The therapists are excellent. They designed a program of exercises for me that showed immediate results. And I have to add that not only are they great therapists, they are wonderful people! I am back home now with my family and I can function independently. But even though I’ve left Triboro Center, in a way the team is still with me. They created a home exercise plan, and it continues to help me get strong and stay strong!

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