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Discover New Resources from the Center for Traumatic Brain Injury Research

Learn how the traumatic brain Injury (TBI) research team is breaking new ground in treatment protocols with exploratory interventions using virtual reality technology, neuroimaging techniques, and learning strategies. Plus, take a look at our updated consumer resources for individuals with TBI and their families.  

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nTIDE May 2022 COVID Update: Uncertainty about inflation tempers good news for people with disabilities

National Trends in Disability Employment (nTIDE) – Issued semi-monthly by Kessler Foundation and the University of New Hampshire

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Kessler Foundation Launches Center for Autism Research

Kessler Foundation announces the opening of the Center for Autism Research, which is dedicated to developing evidence-based research for children, adolescents, and adults on the autism spectrum.

This new facility’s focus is to improve quality of life for neurodiverse individuals who communicate, interact, behave, and learn differently than neurotypical people.

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SAVE THE DATE for an amazing day.

On Sunday, October 2, 2022 people of all ages and abilities will gather with us in Verona Park and from their own neighborhoods for Kessler Foundation’s 2022 Hybrid Stroll ‘N Roll. Together we will prove that abilities are what matter.

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Your Support Matters

Kessler Foundation’s annual impact reports highlight how generous donors like you champion rehabilitation research and employment for people with disabilities.

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Abilities Are What Matter

New merch has hit our online store! At Kessler Foundation, we believe abilities—not disabilities—are what matter. Shop today and help maximize recovery, independence, and inclusion for people with disabilities.

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Volunteers are the Heart of Our Research

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