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MossRehab Patient Finds True Healing Through Volunteerism

By on 07/26/2019
Giving to others gave Russell Cohen a sense of purpose.

Philadelphia Adopts New Accessible Icon

By on 07/19/2019
A team from Einstein informed city councilwoman Parker of the accessible icon, bringing about the icon's city-wide adoption.

Therapy Dogs Spread the Love at MossRehab

By on 03/07/2019
A new partnership brings dogs to the campus on a regular basis.

Disability Etiquette Gone Wrong: Wheelchairs and Personal Space

By on 12/28/2018
A wheelchair is not an umbrella stand, and other social bloopers.

MossRehab Once Again Ranked Among Nation’s Best

By on 08/14/2018
This is the 25th time the physical medicine and rehabilitation facility has made the list.

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.

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.

They Will Surf Again Volunteer Pays It Forward

By on 07/24/2018
Jack Cavanaugh started as a participant in the MossRehab-sponsored surf event for persons with disabilities. Now he's a volunteer.

Cherry Hill Teacher, Students Donate Surfboard for Persons with Disabilities

By on 06/18/2018
The surfboard will be used August 5 at the MossRehab-sponsored event They Will Surf Again.

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.