Founded in 1919, Rochester Rehabilitation operates six innovative services in the rehabilitative areas of adaptive sports and inclusive recreation, employment and job support, driver evaluation and training, and mental health.
Throughout its history three values – work, wellness, and independence – have remained at the core of Rochester Rehabilitation. The agency serves more than 3,500 people in the Greater Rochester area living with disabilities. The most obvious types of disabilities may be physical, cognitive, or “hidden” (such as epilepsy, arthritis, and diabetes), while others may result from a variety of causes such as stroke, injury, or multiple sclerosis (MS).
As the community continues to feel the effects of the nation’s economic distress, there’s an increased need for the rehabilitative services that Rochester Rehabilitation provides. Your support allows it to deliver on its values of work, wellness, and independence.