“To continue to build on the gains achieved because of the ADA will require renewed commitment as we face the challenges of the coming decade. Kessler Foundation will continue to be a force for good in the disability community, striving to fulfill the ADA’s promise of ‘a bright new era of equality, independence and freedom’." - Rodger DeRose

 

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2020 Survey

2020 The ADA Generation: New Perspectives on Employment and College Graduates with Disabilities Survey

Key findings of the 2020 Survey (KFNEDS:RCG) show that recent college graduates with disabilities engaged in career preparation activities during college and transitioned to post-college employment as successfully as recent college graduates without disabilities.

Henry and Mary

Resilience and Disability in the Time of COVID-19

During the challenging and uncertain times in which we find ourselves, please know that all of us at Kessler Foundation express our deep concern for you and your family and wish you peace and good health.

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June 2020 nTIDE Report infographic

nTIDE June 2020 Jobs Report: Numbers up but COVID Spikes May Impact Economic Recovery

 

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Mobility and Rehabilitation Engineering

Moving Forward to Make a Difference

Kessler Foundation is a global leader in rehabilitation research and employment funding. Our mission is to change the lives of people with disabilities. With the support of our donors, we return people to their homes, their communities, and the workplace.

 
 
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Join the Fun at Stroll 'N Roll!

Sunday, September 27, 2020

Stroll or Roll in Your Own Neighborhood

To protect our community, Kessler Foundation will host our first-ever virtual Stroll 'N Roll. Even though we can’t be together physically, the strength of our community working together will change lives. 

Tammy Quasius

Living a Full Life Despite MS, Tammy Reclaims Her Power

With your support, people with MS like Tammy Quasius stay employed and can live life to the fullest despite the challenges of the disease.

Jimmy Brown

Your Support Fuels Jimmy's Competitive Drive and Gives Him Hope

Your generosity makes all the difference for people who live with spinal cord injury, like Jimmy Brown. You advance groundbreaking rehabilitation research to help Jimmy and others overcome their disabilities and live fuller, more engaged lives with their families.

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Change the lives of people with disabilities by joining a research study today. Learn more.

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