I usually see anywhere from 7 to 10 patients a day. Those who weren’t able to swallow at all or were on feeding tubes or those who couldn’t speak at all because of the stroke, it’s really rewarding when they are able to get some of those capabilities back.
April 2005This summer, as an experiment, some friends and I are giving seed funding to a bunch of new startups.
It's an experiment because we're prepared to fund younger founders than most investors would.
Or can I hope that I won’t be judged to be a shallow, snooty “sorority girl” before they meet me?
I was not a member of a sorority in my undergrad years — something that I slightly regret now.
There is probably more monotony with adults but either way¦try to be as creative as possible to make each day a little bit more¦livable. What is a common misconception people have about what you do?