Expert Outlook: Returning to Work After a Brain Injury

Three men smiling and standing next to a white board with text By Thomas Shea, PsyD, Vocational Counselor, Opportunity Project


Returning to work after a brain injury is an important part of the rehabilitation process. For some, obtaining paid employment is an important milestone in recovery and an affirmation of hard work.


During the past 26 years


Kessler Foundation Reflects on 30th Anniversary of the ADA

East Hanover, NJ. July 22, 2020. As the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30, we celebrate the many ways that this groundbreaking legislation has helped people with disabilities strive for inclusion, paving the way for greater participation in the nation’s schools, communities and


4 Things to Do Now to Give Less to the IRS on April 15

April 15—the dreaded tax day—may seem like a long way off, but you can take action now, before December 31, to give less to the IRS and more to change the lives of people with disabilities.


Even better: when your charitable giving is part of your overall financial plan, you can give more and have