Healing After Traumatic Brain Injury

With your support, 15 year old Tyler Brown walks again—one (robotic exoskeleton) step at a time.


Tyler walking in EksoOne day after school, Tyler Brown and his twin brother, Kevin, were walking along a busy street when they were struck by a car. Though Kevin was hit first, his injuries were not as grave as Tyler’s


One Tough Cookie—and Generous Donor, Too

In October 2013, as 5th grader Isabella Sementilli went to sit down, a classmate pulled out the chair from under her. In that moment, her life was changed forever. Isabella sustained a brain injury, a fractured tailbone, and back and neck injuries. She lives with the effects of her brain injury to


You'll Be Inspired By This Wounded Warrior

On Veterans Day, we are proud to share how your support of Kessler Foundation helps our veterans with disabilities transition to the civilian workforce and gain meaningful employment. Imagine the frustration of serving your country, then returning home to find that you can’t get a job. This is a


Consumer Conference for Persons with Brain Injury

Moving Forward: Improving Emotional,

Physical and Cognitive
Health after Brain Injury


 


Friday, September 27, 2019

8:15 am – 3:00 pm


Hotel Westminster


Livingston,
NJ


Register Now!


Admission is free but registration is required.

Please register by Friday, September 20, 2019, additi


Embracing Fatherhood After TBI

 


Happy Father's Day! In celebration, I share a story to demonstrate how your support makes all the difference for fathers, like Pete Welch, who live with disabilities. You advance groundbreaking rehabilitation research to help Pete and others with disabilities live fuller, more engaged lives