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Connecticut’s Gaylord Helps Those With Traumatic Injury Get Back Into Life

There’s a place in Connecticut, a non-profit, which treats people who have had a stroke, a brain or spinal cord injury, or have had an amputation find the way forward. Gaylord Specialty Healthcare in Wallingford has been around in many forms since 1902. It’s a rolling 400-acre former farm, which in its early years was Read more…

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Jeff Keith Helps Others With Cancer

Jeff Keith of Fairfield is empowering cancer survivors to live healthier, happier lives. Keith knows all about what it is to strive for life. At the age of 12, he was diagnosed with cancer, two weeks later his leg was amputated. As an athlete already….and his family behind him…he pushed on, big time. He went Read more…

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Operation: Music Aid

Few things can bring people together like music, and George Hauer, co-founder of Operation: Music Aid knows that. George owns the Madison Music Center and has sheet music and instruments for sale and rent at this place, but it’s his wall of honor to American servicemen and women that really gets his juices flowing. His Read more…

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