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A Commitment to Quality of Life

Spaulding’s mission includes a commitment to improving quality of life, achieved through direct patient care, teaching and research, advocacy efforts, and innovative programming. We help people get their lives back from a range of conditions—from everyday sports injuries, to strokes, to COVID-19. And we do it with support from donors, whose generous gifts help our patients—like those who have shared their stories below—get back to the activities and lives they love.

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Finding Strength

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“Strength grows in the moments when you think you can’t go on—but you keep going anyway,” says Morgan Stickney, whose double amputations aren’t keeping her from pursuing her dreams.

Rebuilding Lives

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“My injury helped clarify what’s important,” says Elson Fortes. “It made me want to create a future where I controlled my own destiny.” With Spaulding’s help, he’s done just that.

As one of the leading rehabilitation providers in the country, Spaulding has mobilized to play a critical role during the current COVID-19 (coronavirus) health crisis. Learn more about how your generous support empowers our efforts.

Recovering from COVID-19

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"I thought I was never going to walk again or be able to use my hands. I was so worried about going back to work,” says Elayna O’Neil. For thousands like Elayna, survival is only half the battle. For their COVID-19 recovery, many turn to Spaulding.

Every journey of recovery is unique. By making your gift to Spaulding today, you will join us in helping each of our patients find their strength.

Finding Community

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“Stroke survivors are often isolated in our experience,” says Sister Angela Graham of Orleans, MA. But through Spaulding adaptive sports, she found “a community of people who understand your needs.”

Imagine the Possibilities

At a time when scientific advancements can help make the impossible possible, an investment in rehabilitation medicine has never been more necessary—or more promising.

Your gift to Spaulding can make a real difference...starting now.