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September
13,
2018
Hurricane Florence is currently a dangerous Category 2 hurricane. The storm is expected to cause flash flooding, major river flooding and forceful winds along the coast of the Carolinas over the next several days Below are resources and
September
10,
2018
The summer 2018 issue of Shepherd Center's quarterly magazine is now available for download as a PDF file here. Subscribers to the print version will receive copies via postal mail in the coming days. Adolescents who sustain a spinal cord
September
07,
2018
Shepherd Center has been named one of Atlanta’s “Best Places to Work” in the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s 15th annual ranking of 100 metro area companies. Shepherd Center was recognized as the Atlanta Business Chronicle’s #3 Best Place to Work in
September
05,
2018
Shepherd Center recently released AutoCoach 2.0. AutoCoach 2.0 is enhanced with a specific curriculum for parents who are training their teen drivers who have certain physical and/or cognitive disabilities. AutoCoach 2.0 is funded by a $100,000
August
24,
2018
There is a handheld trainer that guides you through exercise programs designed specifically for people with spinal cord injuries. And there’s a discrete assistant that can help you practice calming deep breathing – extra useful when you have
August
21,
2018
Whether new or experienced, users of manual wheelchairs have an opportunity to learn and practice advanced wheelchair mobility skills in a free clinic scheduled for Oct. 13, 2018 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Shepherd Center. Shepherd Center staff
August
14,
2018
Shepherd Center has been recognized for the 10th consecutive year as one of the top 10 rehabilitation hospitals in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in the magazine’s 2018-19 Best Hospitals rankings. The annual Best Hospitals rankings, now
August
07,
2018
Wesley Chay, M.D., returned to Shepherd Center last summer to lead two teams in its new Comprehensive Rehabilitation Unit. He first served at Shepherd Center during a rotation he did as part of his residency in the Physical Medicine and
July
04,
2018
Thousands of spectators turned out today to watch this year’s Wheelchair Division of the AJC Peachtree Road Race in Atlanta. The 37th annual 10K race drew 46 wheelchair athletes from five countries. This year, Susannah Scaroni, 27, of Urbana,
July
02,
2018
This is Talbot Kennedy’s sixth year participating in the AJC Peachtree Road Race, a 10K run whose route passes right in front of Shepherd Center. A former patient who sustained a spinal cord injury during a high school trampoline accident in
June
26,
2018
Q: What kind of patients do you see at Shepherd Pathways? A: We see adults with brain injuries, including traumatic brain injuries, stroke, dual diagnosis (brain injury and spinal cord injury), and non-traumatic brain injuries such as cancer and