Resources for our patients

You are not alone on your rehabilitation journey. While Kessler Institute does not endorse any particular organization, product or service, there are many local and national resources available that may offer further information and direction.

Caregiver resources

  • National Alliance for Caregiving

    Caregiving.org

    Non-profit organization focusing on advancing family caregiving through research, innovation and advocacy.

Spinal cord injury resources

  • Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation

    ContentChristopherreeve.org

    Dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by advancing innovative research and improving quality of life for individuals and families impacted by paralysis.

  • National Spinal Cord Injury Association

    spinalcord.org

    Provides active lifestyle information, peer support and advocacy that empowers people living with spinal cord injuries and disorders to achieve their highest potential.

  • Paralyzed Veteran of America

    pva.org

     

    Veterans’ service organization dedicated solely to serving the needs of veterans with spinal cord injury or dysfunction.

Stroke/Neurological Resources

  • National Stroke Association

    ContentStroke.org

    Non-profit organization working to reduce the incidence and impact of stroke by delivering education and programs focused on prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and support for all impacted by stroke.

  • Guillain-Barre Syndrome Foundation International

    Gbs-cidp.org

    Provides emotional support and assistance to people affected by this rare peripheral nervous system disease

  • The Transverse Myelitis Association

    ContentWearesrna.org

    Organization dedicated to advocacy for those who have rare neuroimmunologic diseases, including Transverse Myelitis.

  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society

    Nationalmssociety.org

    Non-profit organization that funds research, advocates for social and political change, provides education and sponsors services that help people with multiple sclerosis and their families.

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If you have any questions, concerns or would like additional information, please contact us.
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