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Help rebuild lives.

Join QLI in providing life-changing rehabilitation and care for individuals with brain and spinal cord injuries.

Tragedy Can Strike Anyone

Everything can change in an instant. Brain and spinal cord injuries interrupt lives and defer dreams. Team QLI is here to pick up the pieces and help injured individuals and their families get back on a meaningful path in life.

How You Can Help

It’s as simple as this: Your support allows us to give our clients and their families the best possible odds by offering state-of-the-art technology and complex, individualized programming. Together, we are not just helping clients and families recover. We are helping rediscover passions and re-establish identities.

Our Stories

The people we serve are just like you – employees, parents, students. A lightning bolt, a mosquito bite, a car accident, or a fall. Within seconds and without warning they were forced to begin fighting to rebuild the life they once lived. Take a moment to read their stories and see how your support can make an impact.

Jay Stinson | Renewed Perspective

January 17, 2023

“Open Photos—Albums—Up. Up.” In the Gait Lab at QLI, Jay Stinson is scrolling through his camera roll. A series of thirty related photos and videos come up, and in the […]

Don Tohm | Ready for the Fight

January 9, 2023

Certain setbacks in life can feel insurmountable. Some might truly be minor inconveniences, like misplacing your car keys. Others define the rest of your life. When facing unexpected challenges, some […]

Megan Wilson | Strength Over Fear

January 9, 2023

In the hills of Cody, Wyoming, roads are being built. Such progress demands a company with a backbone cemented in the area—a company like Wilson Bros. Construction. Megan Wilson, daughter […]

Jim Curry | One Step At a Time

November 1, 2022

“You see, Wes and I are in a competition.” Jim Curry is watching a video on QLI physical therapist Connor Davis’ phone. In the video, Connor’s 11-month-old son Wes is […]

The Ready Canvases | QLI’s East Campus Hobby Room

October 28, 2022

A dozen canvases stand on easels in the QLI East Campus Hobby Room. The pieces of art are in various stages of completion, and owe from a variety of mediums—watercolor […]

Matt Koppen | What Life Looks Like

September 29, 2022

Life sometimes throws a curveball. Or two. Or three. Matt was home alone watching football. While watching, he realized his arm had fallen asleep, numb to the touch. The numbness […]

Chad Peterson | The Open Door

July 22, 2022

It is early morning and the day’s work is just getting underway. After passing down the hall, a familiar voice reaches out in greeting from inside apartment E1. His door […]

In Her Own Words – Tamika Clemons

May 16, 2022

Let’s be clear. Tamika Clemons did not want to come to QLI. It wasn’t anything personal, it was just too far from home and certainly too far from her daughter […]

Tamika Clemons | A Portrait of Perseverance

April 29, 2022

A blank canvas can depict so much. Though devoid of anything visual, there exists on the surface the potential for anything to be set down. Through our art is an […]

Waylon Campbell: The DJ, the Dad, and the Dedication

April 22, 2022

It is early afternoon in QLI’s Colladay Center. The usual flow of traffic is about—clients heading to therapies, clinicians preparing for meetings, and some setting up for a giveaway. In […]

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Jen Karolski
Director of Events and Volunteers

Mike Joyce
Director of Development and Public Relations