With the strength of a unique continuum of care that stretches from Cape Ann to Cape Cod, the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network delivers a breadth of services unmatched for its quality and integration. We believe communication is vitally important in helping to spread the word about the work we do and how we help people recover from an injury or illness.We invite you to learn more about our network:
U.S. Secretary of Labor named Oz Mondejar to new Advisory Committee on Increasing Competitive Integrated Employment for Individuals with Disabilities
Spaulding's Adaptive Sports Centers (SASC) will offer four sessions of wheelchair basketball for youth and adults in Jan. and Feb. in Hyannis.
Jonathan Bean, MD leads team to report findings indentifying the impairments clinicians should target declining in mobility skills among older adults
White House Honors Spaulding Rehab and Partners HealthCare at Home Senior VP Oz Mondejar as a "Disability Employment Champion of Change"
Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital has again been recognized as one of the top rehabilitation hospitals in the country, achieving a rank of #6 in the 2
A Message from Spaulding President David Storto on the Passing of Mayor Thomas M. Menino
Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is one of two organizations nationally to be awarded as having 3 Model Systems- in SCI, TBI, and Burn Injury Rehab.
Spaulding Cape Cod's Centers for Comprehensive Spasticity Management are offering expanded services to persons living with spasticity.
After surviving a fiery car crash, Muji Karim sustained burns to 31% of his body, resulting in the loss of both of his legs and four fingers.
A former patient, Sharon Sadosky now shares her insights as a member of the Patient Family Advisory Council.
Saulding Open House Cancelled
Dr. Randie Black-Schaffer discusses the instances of stoke in the younger population
After crash abroad, Mass. student strives to heal
Boston pychological study finds many survivors still suffer from the trauma of that horrible night
Dr. Felipe Fregni Featured in JAMA Psychiatry
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