Friday, July 17, 2009

Family finds hope while watching Aphasia Center grow

by Kathleen Thurber
Midland Reporter-Telegram
Published: Tuesday, June 23, 2009 1:15 AM CDT
As their 6-year-old granddaughter traipsed back to the Aphasia Center of West Texas' conference room with a cartoon of milk and handful of Cheetos one recent afternoon, Ronnie Davis laughed slightly and said the center has become their family's second home.

"Everyone spoils her here," she said, smiling as she opened a scrapbook in front of her husband Gary, who's been a member at the Aphasia Center since its beginning at Trinity Towers in 2002. Next...

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