Jill's Story


Jill, Independent Living Apartment

Jill fell at home and broke her hip. She was alone and in tremendous pain for days. When Jill made it to the hospital, she was told she would never walk again. Jill was determined to walk and pushed through surgery and rehabilitation to reach her goal. During this year long journey, she was able to walk, but she lost her home that was destroyed by vandals.

Disability Network’s Nursing Facility Transition Services program was able to assist Jill in finding her preferred community residence and transition her out of assisted living. Our Transition Navigator’s secured a safe and independent living environment for Jill and her individual care needs. Disability Network planned for Jill’s security deposit, first month’s rent, furniture, household items, groceries, fostered community connections for a successful transition and ensured that Jill felt welcomed in her new community.

“I can never thank Disability Network enough for what they did for me. I have a new home and a new life, thanks to the people at Disability Network.” -Jill

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Rebecca Webb, Nursing Transition Navigator

Rebecca@disabilitynetwork.net | 231 922 0903 ext 326

 

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