PORT CHARLOTTE — Every day, Port Charlotte resident Kimberly Wright leaves her job at the Charlotte Pain Center at 5 p.m., jumps in her car, and drives 40-plus miles to see her daughter, Tonya, a wheelchair-bound patient at the Complex Care Hospital at Ridgelake in Sarasota.
Wright will sit for hours, caress her daughter’s hand, and talk to her. Even though two massive strokes have left the 34-year-old former private duty nurse and mother of two unable to communicate, Wright said there is hope.
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