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November
16,
2018
Shepherd Center announced today that it has purchased land just south of the hospital on Peachtree Road in Atlanta and plans to build a facility to expand its housing program for patients’ family members. The new building would provide additional
November
05,
2018
As case manager for Shepherd Center’s Transition Support Program (TSP), Kendra Moon and the dedicated team she works with continue to assist patients and their families for up to 60 days after they leave Shepherd’s Acquired Brain Injury and Spinal
November
02,
2018
Minna Hong, recently retired Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) Peer Support Manager at Shepherd Center, was awarded the prestigious Georgia Hospital Heroes Award at the Georgia Hospital Association’s (GHA) annual Hospital Heroes Awards luncheon on Nov. 2 in
October
23,
2018
You’ve likely seen them shared on social media or even donated to one yourself – crowdfunding campaigns. These are fundraisers individuals can set up to take donations directly through a page on various websites. GoFundMe and CrowdRise are some
October
15,
2018
Fewer than three weeks after Ryan Gibson sustained a complete C-7 spinal cord injury from diving into a lake in 2015, Debbie Page, MS, LPC, CCM, vocational rehabilitation case manager at Shepherd Center, visited him to talk about going back to
September
28,
2018
Thank you to everyone who has followed Shepherd Center’s Facebook page – we’ve now reached 30,000 followers! To celebrate, here are 30 things you may not know about Shepherd Center. The Shepherd family founded Shepherd Center in 1975 after
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