|Dr. Cheryl Cavallo (center) pictured at Hustle For Your Health. |
Kim Levenhagen (far left) and Gloria Schwartz (right)
|Dr. Cheryl Cavallo pictured with faculty and staff of Doisy College of Health Sciences (2011)|
kneel down when speaking to someone in a wheelchair to look directly into their eyes and be on the same level with them;have patience when listening to people, no matter how long it took them to form the words;listen to patients with our eyes so we observe their faces when they speak and see what their lips do not always share;recognize that the mind and hands are the most valuable tools that a therapist will ever possess, but if not used with the heart, they are ineffective;never give up on patients no matter how devastating their prognosis, and to never let them give up on themselves;
And she taught her students that helping someone in need is the greatest gift that could be given because it is the right thing to do.
|Dr. Cheryl Cavallo pictured with Dr. Randy Richter and Diane Richter (2011)|