Author:

Denise Foley

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A Stroke Survivor’s Winning Perspective: ‘Anything Is Possible’

By on 08/01/2018
Teacher Frances Galindez's stroke left her paralyzed on the left side. With help from MossRehab therapists, she hopes to return to the classroom.
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Wheelchair Athlete Keeps His Eyes on the Prize

By on 07/26/2018
Following a shooting that left his legs paralyzed, Adil Boutahli is a quickly rising star in the world of wheelchair sports.
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When Words Fail Children, MossRehab Speech-Language Therapy Helps

By on 06/11/2018
Inside one child's therapy for childhood apraxia of speech, a neurological disorder that affects how kids form words and sounds.
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“Being a Helper is in Me”

By on 05/21/2018
Inspiring stroke survivor and energetic MossRehab volunteer Maurice “Reese” Hicks receives top honors for service.
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Pain Informs a Noted Painter-Printmaker’s Unique View of the World

By on 09/14/2016
While it has not diminished his talent or skill, pain as a constant companion has dictated the form Jerry DiFalco's expression has taken.