Living Beyond Disabilities is your window into the activity and stories at MossRehab, capturing the spirit of how our patients approach adversity in their lives. Listen below to our podcast series.
Chaplain Caroline Cupp, who knows about disability firsthand from her own experience with cerebral palsy, offers guidance to people coping with a disability on a spiritual level.
Doug Markgraf, subject of the documentary "This Beats a Coma," talks about the accident that left him with a severe brain injury and his determination to get back on his bicycle.
Jesse Billauer, executive director of Life Rolls On, discusses his journey from sustaining a spinal cord injury while surfing to running an organization that helps people with disabilities hit the waves.
Melinda Kremer, founder and executive director of the American DanceWheels Foundation, discusses her organizations efforts to bring ballroom and Latin dancing to people who use wheelchairs.
Street Thoma, manager of Accessible Programs for people with disabilities at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, talks about making art available to all who want to enjoy it.
Marni Nutkowitz, PsyD, a neuropsychologist at MossRehab, discusses the psychological challenges of recovering from a traumatic injury and offers advice for patients and their family and friends.
A.J. Nanayakkara, executive director of the Global Abilities Foundation, talks about his journey back from a spinal cord injury to lead an organization that works to empower people with disabilities.
A conversation with Kel Smith, author of Digital Outcasts, on why people with disabilities are falling behind in the technological revolution - and what to do about it.
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