Caleb Binkert was hit by a car as he was biking home from work in November 2020. He sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) and, during his long stay at the Gillette inpatient rehab unit, he spent at least eight hours a day doing therapy including physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech, recreational therapy, and music therapy—which was a particular favorite for Caleb. He recently graduated from high school.
“I was influenced by the excellent care I received at Gillette Children’s and now I’m studying to become a nurse. My mom is an Intensive Care nurse and, combined with my experience at Gillette, I think I have a good idea about what it takes to be a good nurse.“