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Spaulding to Start Wheelchair Basketball January 17

Spaulding's Adaptive Sports Centers (SASC) will offer four sessions of wheelchair basketball for youth and adults in Jan. and Feb. in Hyannis.


Spaulding's Maureen Banks Selected to Serve on AHA's Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation

Spaulding's Maureen Banks Selected to Serve on AHA's Section for Long-Term Care and Rehabilitation



Spaulding Cape Cod Expands Spasticity Services

Spaulding Cape Cod's Centers for Comprehensive Spasticity Management are offering expanded services to persons living with spasticity.


After Horrific Accident, Sharon Sadosky Uses Experience to Help Others

A former patient, Sharon Sadosky now shares her insights as a member of the Patient Family Advisory Council.


Spaulding Cape Cod's Direct Admission Program Fills Gap in Care

The Direct Admission Program fulfills two critical needs: helping at-risk seniors remain at home, and reducing hospital readmissions.


Centers for Geriatric Neurology Extend Independence for Seniors

The Centers for Geriatric Neurology are improving quality of life and and extending independence for seniors with neurological problems.


Spaulding Rehabilitation Network in the News

Playful warriors: Weekend offers camaraderie for veterans

The third annual Warfighters Weekend allowed disabled veterans to experience adaptive sports while building camaraderie with fellow soldiers.


Post-Acute Care and Health Care Reform

President David Storto Discusses Post-Acute Care and Health Care Reform


SPAULDING IN THE NEWS: Video: Bruschi talks rehab, NFL, Pats

Cape Cod Times

Tedy Bruschi talks about Spaulding, concussions in the NFL and the recent retirement of former teammate Matt Light.


SPAULDING IN THE NEWS: What Role Do Nurses Play in Successful Health IT Adoption?

EHR Intelligence

Associate Chief Nurse Ann Marie Dwyer discusses the Nursing Department's health IT implementation throughout the Spaulding Rehabilitation Network and


SPAULDING IN THE NEWS: Study: Drug speeds recovery of patients with severe traumatic brain injury

Boston Globe

Dr. Joe Giacino's new study shows that patients in a vegetative state may see quickened recovery from a drug used to treat Parkinson's disease

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