A former Mott patient and wheelchair basketball athlete is helping bring the sport to a new generation of children with physical challenges through free
Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
Gaming technology enjoyed by millions in leisure time is finding a new audience: Michigan Medicine rehabilitation patients.
A new program provides recreational outings for children with special needs, including cerebral palsy, paralysis and Down syndrome.
Treatment at Michigan Medicine allowed one cerebral palsy patient to live independently, which led to Orlando and a job at Walt Disney.
A program that offers individuals with disabilities job placements at U-M is a large collaborative effort. How it’s helping one young chef thrive.