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A gift to Spaulding is one of the most meaningful and rewarding investments you can make. From accidents, strokes, sports injuries, and painful diseases to the unthinkable tragedies of the Boston Marathon bombing and the COVID-19 pandemic, we help patients and families embark on transformational journeys of recovery.
Your generosity to Spaulding helps people find their strength every day.
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Stories of Strength
Lola was enjoying a relaxing Saturday last winter. By the end of the day, the 40-year-old lawyer and fitness instructor would be hospitalized experiencing seizures from a stroke. Now back at work, Lola says, “I am a voice for people overcoming difficult situations.”
Gifts to Spaulding support our patients and families as they build new futures. Throughout Spaulding’s history, we have improved the lives of thousands of people. Together, and with your generous donations, we will continue to discover and deliver the best care possible — today and tomorrow.
When a driver rear-ended Gary’s truck, the resulting traumatic brain injury wiped out decades of his memory. “My life became Swiss cheese,” says Gary. “The hunk was there, but full of holes.” He filled those holes with help from Spaulding Cape Cod.
More than 1 billionpeople experience disability
20% of adultsin the United States are currently living with a disability
1 in 8 workersin the U.S. will be disabled for 5+ years during their career
1 in 6 childrenand adolescents has a chronic condition or disability
Our network reaches far and wide
Spaulding Rehabilitation Network is composed of Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Boston, Spaulding Hospital for Continuing Medical Care Cambridge, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital Cape Cod, Spaulding Nursing and Therapy Center Brighton, and our affiliated outpatient centers.
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The future of rehabilitation medicine is just around the corner.