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  • Shepherd Center


Cara is currently at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, GA where she is receiving rehabilitation therapy and learning how to live with her injury. Luckily, the Shepherd Center is one of the best rehabilitation centers in America.


  • NTAF - National Transplant Assistance Fund & Catastrophic Injury Program


  • NTAF - Webpage for Cara


NTAF helps families address financial hardships arising from uninsured medical expenses related to transplantation (solid organ, bone marrow, stem cell or tissue) and catastrophic injury (spinal cord, traumatic brain).

Established in 1983 by medical professionals, NTAF is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. With headquarters in Radnor, Pennsylvania, NTAF provides expert fundraising guidance to patients, families and communities nationwide, while offering fiscal accountability of funds raised.

Now in its 28th year, NTAF has helped more than 5,000 patients, families and communities nationwide raise more than $70 million to pay for out-of-pocket expenses related to transplantation and catastrophic injury.

  • Facebook - Caring For Cara Group Page


Please "Like" this page and follow Cara’s rehab progress, friends & family comments, photos, and updates from Cara herself.

  • Shands HealthCare


Shands HealthCare, affiliated with the University of Florida Health Science Center, is one of the Southeast's premier health systems. Shands includes two major teaching hospitals, two specialty hospitals, a network of outpatient rehabilitation centers, and two home health agencies. Shands at the University of Florida includes Shands Children’s Hospital and Shands Cancer Hospital. We offer two state-designated Level I Trauma Centers and emergency air and ground transport programs that serve adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. Shands also owns a minority interest in three rural community hospitals in Lake City, Live Oak and Starke through a joint venture.


  • CaringBridge.org  


Want to stay connected and up to day on Cara’s progress? Just follow the link above to visit her  webpage on CaringBridge.org

CaringBridge provides free websites that connect people experiencing a significant health challenge to family and friends, making each health journey easier. CaringBridge is powered by generous donors.