In the chaotic moments and hours immediately following Archer’s spinal cord injury, a series of “standard operating procedures” leads to more questions than answers. Scrambling for real answers, Louise realizes among scattered startling questions, the possibility of harm caused by hospitals’ policies set up for routine and risk management rather than healing. “My preference is to live” are words that will strike you deeply as she perseveres to experience the power of connecting cheek to cheek.
This episode’s recent interviews include Davis Barsby, Assistant Manager of the Beach Club in Cape May, NJ, head Lifeguard, and dear family friend of the Senfts; Louise's oldest son, Pete Senft, who was her advocate; and Dr. Ken Williams, who has been the Senft family doctor since Archer was a young boy.
Please join Louise for this episode of Blink of an Eye.