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Cole Sydnor, a senior at the University of Richmond, is conducting a survey on accessibility needs.
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02/24/2017 at 21:00. Facebook
With gratitude, we congratulate Shepherd's Men founder and member of Shepherd Center's board of trustees Travis Ellis for being one of six people in the United States to receive the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation's 2017 Citizen Honors Award. Citizen Honor awardees are chosen by Congressional Medal of Honor recipients for their acts of courage and selfless service which epitomize the...
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02/24/2017 at 15:30. Facebook
Thanks Chris Hopper, for this touching piece on Shepherd Center patient Brett Greenhill who sustained a spinal cord injury in a swimming accident while on his bachelor party.

Moving forward: What paralysis took away, groom-to-be fights to regain
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02/23/2017 at 20:00. Facebook
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02/23/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
Shepherd Center's Transition Support Program offers a vital connection to build on #rehabilitation progress and success during the transition home. [ Link ]

Shepherd Center’s Transition Support Program Helps Ease the Transition...
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02/22/2017 at 20:30. Facebook
New issue of Spinal Column Magazine features stories of success after the transition home following rehabilitation for a spinal cord injury, brain injury or stroke. [ Goo.g Link ]

New Issue of Spinal Column Magazine Features Stories of Success After the Transition Home
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02/21/2017 at 19:30. Facebook
CBS46 highlights Shepherd Center's SCI-Ex app, designed to promote exercise for people living with spinal cord injuries. [ Link ]

Shepherd Center creates fitness app for people with disabilities
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02/21/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
After a frightening battle with a flesh-eating bacterial disease, Cindy Martinez, 36, of metro Atlanta, makes a comeback with the help of #rehabilitation at Shepherd Center. [ Link ]

Woman Who Lost Limbs to Flesh-Eating Bacteria Makes a Comeback After Rehabilitation
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02/20/2017 at 16:45. Facebook
Abel2, an Atlanta nonprofit organization who has involved Shepherd Center in some of its efforts, is creating a directory of performing artists with disabilities in hopes of connecting them with performance opportunities.
Asheville Brewing and southern rock/country band, Blackberry Smoke, have teamed up to craft Like An Arrow Blackberry Ale and will be serving complementary pours to raise awareness and funds for the Shepherd Center’s SHARE Military Initiative; dedicated to the treatment of veterans suffering from traumatic brain injury and post-traumatic stress disorder.

Like an Arrow at Hop City for Shepherd's Men

The AJC reports a new study cites distractions like texting and driving as a cause in the rise of road fatalities in Georgia. [ Link ]

Texting citations: A glimpse of our addiction to cell phones | Spinning...
The Shepherd Center Recreation Therapy Program encourages former patients and their families to participate in its upcoming events in 2017. Click here for more information and the full brochure: [ Link ]

Shepherd Center Offers 2017 Recreation Therapy Events and Outings
Cupid strikes for Shepherd Center volunteers as they connect over a good cause. [ Link ]

Cupid Strikes for Shepherd Center Volunteers
#Love – and a little help from new Shepherd Center friends – keeps Anna Claire and Jimbo Waldrop's #wedding on track after she sustains a spinal cord injury. [ Link ]

Love – and a Little Help from New Friends – Keeps School Sweethearts’ Wedding on Track after a Spinal Cord Injury
Registration is now open for Adventure Skills Workshop 2017! This workshop offers a full array of outdoor activities to individuals with spinal cord injury or disease, acquired brain injury, multiple sclerosis and other neurological disorders. For more info, click here: [ Link ]
Sarah Morrison, who will become Shepherd Center CEO and president Feb. 20, was featured in AJC this weekend. [ Link ]

Sunday Conversation with Sarah Morrison
Patient Michael Doherty, who was injured in a football game last fall, spoke to Ashley Rodrigue WWLTV about his recovery and his first visit home this weekend. [ Link ]

Injured St. Paul's football player tackles Atlanta-based recovery program
New CEO and president, Sarah Morrison, PT, MBA, MHA, takes the helm at Shepherd Center on Feb. 20. [ Link ]

New CEO and President Takes Helm at Shepherd Center on Feb. 20
Chase away the winter blues by getting tickets now for this spring's most fun -- and fashionable -- event! Derby Day, Atlanta’s biggest Kentucky Derby-themed fundraising event, will be Saturday, May 6 at Chastain Horse Park from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets are $75 and proceeds benefit Shepherd Center's recreation therapy program.

Derby Day
Shepherd physician Dr. Andrew Dennison discusses the symptoms and risk factors of #stroke in a new podcast with Shepherd Radio. [ Link ]

Podcast Discusses Symptoms and Risk Factors of Stroke
A new #MobileApp created by Shepherd Center promotes #fitness for people with spinal cord injury. Download SCI-Ex for free from the Apple iTunes or Google Play app stores. Send us your feedback on this pilot version so we can enhance future versions. [ Link ]

New Mobile App Promotes Fitness for People with Spinal Cord Injury
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