The Issue

Many people do not receive adequate rehabilitation to fully recover from catastrophic medical events.  They face a life of disability.

 

How We're Helping

We make grants to rehab centers that allow patients to continue their therapy, recover to their full potential, and move forward in their lives.

 

Proving What's Possible!

Our funds have supported over 100 people so far.  More than 100 people have gone from "disability" to ABILITY!  (View a few examples below.)

 

Disability is NOT the only option.

WE STAND FOR ABILITY®

Success Stories

Lisa's Story 11.24.15

Cayden's Recovery from a Spinal Cord Injury

Caroline's Recovery from a Stroke

Ed's Recovery from a Stroke

Lisa's Recovery from a Spinal Cord Injury

Jason's Recovery from a Traumatic Brain Injury

HELPING PATIENTS RECOVER AND MOVE FORWARD

It Can Happen to Anyone

Thousands of people across America suffer from traumatic brain injuries, strokes and spinal cord injuries every day.  Accidents happen in the blink of an eye.  Suddenly, all the things that used to be so simple to do are virtually impossible.



Recovery Is Possible with Adequate Rehabilitation

Recovering from a catastrophic event could take months, if not years, with trained medical rehabilitation therapists.

 

Why the Need for Funding?
Even if you have medical insurance, you probably don't have enough. Typically, insurance covers just 20-30 visits to a rehab center.   That's where we come in, providing funding that allows patients to continue their rehabilitation and recover to their fullest potential.

Patient Stories

Every day, people from all walks of life experience catastrophic medical events.

 

With proper rehabilitation, recovery is possible.

 

Click below to read a few of the inspiring stories of patients whose lives are moving forward again thanks to adequate  rehabilitation. 

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