The January 13, 2016 edition of the Star-Ledger features an op-ed by Rodger DeRose, president & CEO of Kessler Foundation. In "Connecting Employers with Jobseekers with Disabilities", DeRose addresses the obstacles faced by jobseekers with disabilities, the challenges faced by employers with job
Kessler Foundation mourns the recent passing of dedicated trustee Louis Lipschitz, CPA. Elected to the Foundation Board in September 2007, Lipschitz served as executive vice chair, chaired the Audit Committee, and contributed his expertise in finance to the Finance and Research Committees. “Lou was
WEST ORANGE, N.J.— Walter R. Frontera, MD, PhD, former Dean of the Faculty of Medicine and Professor of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) and Physiology at the University of Puerto Rico, is the first recipient of Kessler Foundation's Joel A. DeLisa, MD Award for Excellence in Research
Kessler Foundation reflects on passage of the Americans With Disabilities Act and its impact on quality of life for people with disabilities,
20th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act
On July 26, 1990, President George H.W. Bush signed into law "the world's first comprehensive
Students Andre, Sha-Dair, and Lavar from Horizon High School visited Kessler Foundation to test various jobs for National Disability Mentoring Day (DMD), on October 20.
President and Chief Executive Officer of Kessler Foundation, Rodger DeRose, said, "Kessler Foundation is proud to be a part of
Kessler Foundation supports research, employment opportunities, and community programs.
Kessler Foundation Supports Abilities through Rehabilitation Research
As the largest public charity for people with disabilities, Kessler Foundation discovers ways to maximize their abilities through
Read 'On the Move with Kessler Foundation'!
Kessler Foundation is featured in ABILITY magazine’s Nov/Dec issue, including interviews with Rodger DeRose, Trevor Dyson-Hudson, Steve Kirshblum, Gail Forrest, and Lauren Scrivo. Read On the Move with Kessler Foundation.
Kessler Foundation partners with Ekso Bionics in testing the potential for Ekso through rehabilitation research
WEST ORANGE, N.J.—On Monday, Kessler Foundation became the second rehabilitation research center in the U.S. to implement Ekso, a wearable, robotic battery-powered exoskeleton that
Letter to the Editor, The Wall Street Journal 4.8.12
Re: "The Wrong Way to Help the Disabled" by James Bovard - The Wall Street Journal 4.8.12
It’s clear that Americans want to help people with disabilities find employment but are often unsure of how to begin and fear the unknown. The section