After suffering a stroke, Carol Gaddis of Jackson could only twitch an eyebrow and wiggle a couple of fingers on her paralyzed right side.
But thanks to the good Lord and the good care at Methodist Rehabilitation Center, she’s back doing all the activities she loves—hunting, fishing, sewing, crocheting and making and selling soap.
“They kept working with me, and now I can do things I used to do and more,” she said. “They have brought me such a long way. I can clap my hands in church now and hold my hands up to praise the Lord.”