What national parks can do to make the outdoors more accessible to people with disabilities

Published by USA Today on September 22, 2022

The outdoors can be inaccessible to people with disabilities.

The real cost of unpaid caregiving and impact of the pandemic

Published by The Washington Post on September 16, 2022

The pandemic highlighted the real cost of unpaid caregiving, prompting new conversations about affordable care and proper compensation. Join Washington Post Live on Thursday, Sept. 22 at 11:30 a.m. ET

LeGrand Coffee House Named 2022-23 Recipient of Devils Buy Black Program

Published by NHL on September 16, 2022

Team LeGrand has raised over two million dollars for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

NJBIZ honors 2022’s Best 50 Women in Business

Published by NJBIZ on September 16, 2022

Maggie Goldberg, president and CEO Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation is recognized by NJBIZ 2022 Best 50 Women in Business

ONWARD Reports Positive Topline Results from a Pivotal Study to Restore Arm and Hand Function in People With Spinal Cord Injury

Published by Yahoo on September 13, 2022

"The Up-LIFT study results represent a turning point in the field of spinal cord injury and paralysis science," said Marco Baptista, Ph.D., Chief Scientific Officer of the Reeve Foundation.

Where to Turn When Your Chronic SCI Complications Worsen

Published by New Mobility on September 12, 2022

When Brook McCall's SCI symptoms worsened, she suspected she needed surgery. But finding an experienced surgeon willing to operate took years.

Access Hollywood Chats with Clark's Botanicals Founder Francesco Clark

Published by Access Hollywood on September 07, 2022

Learn how founder Francesco Clark's adversity helped define this preeminent clean beauty skincare line, he also share a few beauty hacks!

Finding Meaning and Joy After Spinal Cord Injury

Published by WebMD on August 26, 2022

“I knew it was important for me to do my best to live in the present moment and not dwell on the past or worry about the future."

A look of ‘pure joy’

Published by Telluride Daily Planet on August 21, 2022

New programs at Ridgway State Park increase outdoor accessibility for all

How Robot-Assisted Therapy Can Help People Who've Had a Stroke Regain Mobility

Published by Healthline on August 08, 2022

Paralysis commonly occurs after a stroke, often on one side of the body, according to the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Disability Inclusion In The Workplace: Regina Blye Of The Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation On How Businesses Make Accommodations For Customers and Employees Who Have a Disability

Published by Authority Magazine on August 04, 2022

As the Chief Program and Policy Officer, Regina oversees operations of the National Paralysis Resource Center by developing and delivering programs that provide the critical services and resources that help people build healthy, independent lives.

Living Better in San Diego - Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation discusses disparities in healthcare

Published by Audacy on July 24, 2022

Regina Blye discusses the barriers that persons with paralysis and limited mobility face when they go to the doctors office or hospital.

#TheCulutre w/ #Farajii: Access to healthcare for all

Published by Black Star Network on July 13, 2022

Regina Blye, Chief Program and Policy Officer, Reeve Foundation talks about equal access to healthcare for all persons with paralysis & limited mobility.

Disability rights activists, environmentalists, local governments respond to roads questions

Published by AdirondackExplorer.org on July 09, 2022

Margaret Goldberg, president and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, wrote Mileage should increase in proportion to the expansion to equitably provide accessibility to those additional areas for the disability community. Notably, doing so would do no harm to the environment and have no adverse impact.”

The real barrier to the beach

Published by NJ Advance Media on July 01, 2022

Jersey Shore beaches must be accessible, but some are more within reach than others

Get A Daily Cup Of Believe At LeGrand Coffee House

Published by NBC New York on June 27, 2022

Michelle Park visits LeGrand Coffee to meet with CEO, Eric LeGrand, and learn more about his inspirational story.

Reeve Foundation Leads the Pack in Resources and Support for People with Paralysis

Published by Abilities.com on June 17, 2022

The Reeve Foundation provides a National Paralysis Resource Center (NPRC) that offers a wide range of FREE programs, resources and support systems for those affected by paralysis.

Southwest Resident Takes on New Role Supporting People with Disabilities

Published by The Southwester on May 18, 2022

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation recently announced the appointment of Southwest DC resident Regina Blye as the first Chief Program and Policy Officer of its National Paralysis Resource Center.

Eric Legrand opens LeGrand Coffee House the only way he knows how…in style

Published by Yahoo! Sports on May 14, 2022

LeGrand Coffee House officially opened the doors to its brick-and-mortar location on Saturday in what was a star-studded affair.

Christopher Reeve legacy felt at Motor City Comic Con

Published by Yahoo! News on May 13, 2022

Eric LeGrand's Team LeGrand Blue as a way to honor the legacy of Christopher Reeve and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Rutgers football legend Eric LeGrand opens namesake coffee house in NJ

Published by NY Post on May 13, 2022

Eric Legrand is the philanthropist behind Team LeGrand

What Is Spasticity? Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Published by Everyday Health on May 12, 2022

The Reeve Foundation offers comprehensive information on spasticity, with a special focus on traumatic brain and spinal cord injury.

'Superman' stars unite for Motor City Comic Con

Published by The Detroit News on May 11, 2022

The event will also feature an exclusive, limited-edition Detroit-themed variant cover of Superman ’78, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

Why Tehran Star Glenn Close Wants Us to Know That ‘Vigilance and Kindness Matter’

Published by Parade on May 06, 2022

Among her notable charitable work is raising money and awareness for The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, a 1982 charity started by her late friends to raise money for treatment and cures for spinal cord injuries.

Christopher Reeve Legacy Reunion at Motor City Comic Con 2022

Published by Fox Detroit on May 02, 2022

Stars from all four Chirstopher Reeve Superman movies in the 1970s and 80s will be all be in attendance at Detroit's comic con in May for the official reunion tour. Eric LeGrand joins the host to talk about the Reeve Foundation.

People in the News (05/01/2022): appointments, promotions, obituaries

Published by Philanthropy News Digest on May 01, 2022

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation in Short Hills, New Jersey, has announced the appointment of MARCO BAPTISTA as its chief scientific officer. Baptista will help lead the foundation’s efforts to advance cures for spinal cord injury and paralysis and provide scientific and innovative oversight of the nonprofit’s collaborative approach to accelerating the field toward meaningful therapeutics.

Philanthropy Northwest Names New CEO to Start This Summer

Published by Chronicle of Philanthropy on April 29, 2022

Marco Baptista, vice president of research programs at the Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Research, has joined the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation as its chief scientific officer.

Baptista takes over as chief scientific officer at Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

Published by ROI-NJ on April 28, 2022

Marco Baptista has been appointed as chief scientific officer for the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation appoint new senior figure

Published by NR Times on April 26, 2022

Dr Marco Baptista joins as chief scientific officer, moving from the Michael J. Fox Foundation

Why your meditation lesson must be more accessible

Published by Mashable on March 29, 2022

Millions of people in the U.S. live with a disability. Standard mindfulness fare often ignores their needs.

Privately Insured Catheter Users Incurred High Out-of-Pocket Costs

Published by Health Payer Intelligence on March 21, 2022

Catheter users on private health plans paid around $1,600 in average annual out-of-pocket costs, while publicly insured catheter users spent $530.

Samueli Family Philanthropies Select New President; Seattle Foundation Taps Next CEO

Published by Chronicle of Philanthropy on April 01, 2022

Regina Blye, project officer for independent-living services at the Administration for Community Living, has been hired as chief program and policy officer at the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

Swiss Researchers Continue to Push Functional Recovery With SCI Forward

Published by New Mobility on February 09, 2022

Onward is partnering with major international spinal cord injury foundations including the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

New Technology Restores Movement After Spinal Cord Paralysis

Published by U.S. News on February 07, 2022

The groundbreaking Swiss research restores motor function within one day by means of carefully targeted electrical stimulation.

Best Lightweight Electric Wheelchairs Of 2022

Published by Forbes on January 07, 2022

A lightweight power wheelchair is a more portable version of a standard motorized wheelchair.


Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation: A Legacy of Hope

Published by NR Times on November 25, 2021

The inspiration Christopher Reeve gave to people living with spinal cord injury during his life is being continued by the Foundation that bears his name, with the quest to find a cure for paralysis moving closer by the day.

One step, then another. With determination and new therapies, there’s hope for paralysis patient

Published by LA Times on November 24, 2021

Professor Reggie Edgerton, who treated Christopher Reeve, explored the ways in which the brain and spinal cord can be retrained to work together.

Margaret Goldberg, President and CEO, Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation: Spinal cord injury research at a hopeful and critical juncture

Published by Philanthropy News Digest on November 23, 2021

The newly appointed president and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, Maggie Goldberg, has spent twenty years with the foundation, providing leadership, management, and vision.

Meet Maggie Goldberg, the New President and CEO of Reeve Foundation

Published by New Mobility on November 09, 2021

Margaret “Maggie” Goldberg has been on a mission to serve the paralysis community since she broke her C2 vertebra in a car accident as a 16-year-old.

John Krasinski, Selma Blair and Marlee Matlin Set for Honors at Media Access Awards

Published by The Hollywood Reporter on November 08, 2021

In a special prize, Olympian Jamie Nieto has been selected to receive a Christopher Reeve Acting Scholarship,

See Them Go: Stars Who've Run the New York City Marathon

Published by People Online on November 08, 2021

Will Reeve, the ABC News correspondent hit the street for his second N.Y.C. marathon in 2021, finishing in four hours, 11 minutes. His fire fueled in fundraising for the Reeve Foundation.

‘A Night with Eric LeGrand’ sets fundraising record in return event

Published by NJ.com on November 08, 2021

Guests attend the 9th Annual Evening with Eric LeGrand on Thursday to support Team LeGrand; a fundraising arm of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation

See How Fast These Celebrities Ran the 2021 NYC Marathon

Published by Runner's World on November 07, 2021

Just as he did in 2016, Reeve ran in support of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, which funds cures and treatments for paralysis.

Here's what you need to know about this year's New York City Marathon

Published by CNN International on November 07, 2021

Good Morning America's Will Reeve is running in support of the Reeve Foundation.

Chelsea Clinton, ‘Bachelor’ stars and rockers run NYC Marathon

Published by https://pagesix.com/2021/11/07/chelsea-clinton-bachelor-stars-and-rockers-run-nyc-marathon/ on November 07, 2021

Christopher Reeve’s son Will Reeve ran the New York City Marathon in 2021.

These TV Newsers Ran the New York City Marathon This Year

Published by TVNewsers on November 07, 2021

Will Reeve, ABC News correspondent, ran the New York City Marathon in 2021.

50th anniversary of NYC marathon

Published by Good Morning America on November 06, 2021

The pandemic stopped last year's New York City marathon in its track, but this year it's back and runners are ready to race their way through the city's five boroughs.

Christy Turlington and daughter among celebs in NYC Marathon

Published by The New York Post on November 06, 2021

Another star racer is ABC News correspondent Will Reeve, son of Dana and late “Superman” star Christopher Reeve, who is running on behalf of the Reeve Foundation.

All the A-List Action from the 'Red Noise' Premiere + Inside Will Smith's Revealing New Memoir

Published by PeopleTV on November 04, 2021

Will Reeve talks with PeopleTV about his parents legacy and running the New York City Marathon.

Will Reeve Will Be 'Thinking' of Parents Dana and Christopher Crossing N.Y.C. Marathon Finish Line

Published by People on November 04, 2021

"I feel that pride and love from them all the time," the ABC News correspondent tells PEOPLE.

UofL Frazier Rehab patient to compete in New York City Marathon

Published by WDRB.com on October 27, 2021

Ten years ago, Jerod Nieder suffered a spinal cord injury that would forever change his life. Now, a new kind of physical therapy is helping him compete in the New York City Marathon.

Onward Medical to join the Amsterdam and Brussels Stock Exchange

Published by Innovation Origins on September 30, 2021

Onward's therapy is based on two devices, each targeting different levels of spinal cord injury and potentially other disorders, such as Parkinson's disease and stroke.

Savannah man shares recovery progress three years after shooting

Published by WSAV NBC on September 28, 2021

The couple is also taking part in the Reeve Foundation’s virtual 5K, which runs through Oct. 3. The Rail Pub in Savannah is also hosting an in-person 5K walk/run and fundraiser for the cause on Sept. 30 starting at 5 p.m.

Houston surgeon returns to scene where he was paralyzed, hosts virtual 5K

Published by Houston Chronicle on September 26, 2021

Dr. Rex Marco, who was paralyzed in 2019, will return to Memorial Park to fundraise for spinal cord research

Google Doodle honors Christopher Reeve on 'Superman' actor's birthday

Published by CNN on September 25, 2021

Saturday's Google Doodle honors Christopher Reeve, the "Superman" actor who became an activist for the disabled, on what would have been his 69th birthday.

Google Honors Late Superman Actor Christopher Reeve with Doodle Commemorating His Birthday

Published by People on September 24, 2021

Google is celebrating the life of Superman actor and activist Christopher Reeve on what would have been his 69th birthday

Christopher Reeve's 69th Birthday

Published by Google on September 24, 2021

Today’s Doodle celebrates American actor, director, author, and humanitarian Christopher Reeve, who is best known for his spinal cord research advocacy work alongside his leading role in four “Superman” feature films.

Score Values: Maggie Goldberg interview

Published by The 670 Score Chicago Sports Radio on September 21, 2021

On Score Values, Sean Anderson was joined by Maggie Goldberg, the new president and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, which will be hosting an event in Chicago on Sept. 24.

People in the News (09/19/2021): appointments, promotions, obituaries

Published by Philanthropy News Digest on September 19, 2021

The Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation has announced the appointment of MARGARET GOLDBERG as president and CEO, effective immediately.

Denna Laing Returns To Massachusetts After Participating In Spinal Cord Injury Study In Louisville

Published by CBS Boston on September 17, 2021

Former women’s hockey star Denna Laing is returning home to Massachusetts after taking part in a spinal cord injury study in Louisville.

Mass.-Based Cummings Foundation Appoints Its First Woman Executive Director; Calif. Supreme Court Justice Will Lead Carnegie Endowment

Published by Chronicle of Philanthropy on September 17, 2021

Margaret Goldberg has been promoted from chief operating officer to president and CEO of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation.

Bringing Attention To National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month

Published by WBZ 1030 News Radio on September 15, 2021

September is Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, and one non-profit is looking to get the word out on the work being done to find a cure.

Goldberg named CEO of Reeve Foundation

Published by ROI NJ on September 15, 2021

Maggie Goldberg has been named CEO of the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, effective immediately, the nonprofit announced this week.

Angela Merkel is finally a ‘feminist’

Published by Fortune on September 14, 2021

Margaret Goldberg will become president and CEO of the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Maggie Goldberg announced as CEO of Reeve Foundation

Published by NR Times on September 14, 2021

A new CEO has been announced by the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation to help advance its efforts to find a cure for spinal cord injury even further.

Wheelchair doesn’t curb dad’s zest for life

Published by Los Altos Town Crier on September 07, 2021

The Bridgmans, who received the foundation’s Spirit of Courage Award in 2017 will be participating in the Reeve Run and Roll

People with spinal cord injuries are at risk for more challenges with COVID-19, data shows

Published by KXAN on August 22, 2021

During the pandemic, we’ve heard a lot about high-risk groups for developing more severe illness from COVID-19.

Paralyzed Ocean Grove teen lifeguard pushes toward goal: 'I want to be back on that bench'

Published by Asbury Park Press on August 03, 2021

Two years after his accident, Sam Jarmer is making major strides and speaking out. He's honorary grand marshal for Saturday's Sea Girt 5K.

How To Pick The Best Electric Wheelchair For You

Published by Forbes Health on July 28, 2021

An electric wheelchair gives the gift of mobility to people otherwise bound to their homes due to illness, stroke or injury—and the right wheelchair opens up a world of travel.

Houston doctor Rex Marco celebrates his 'Being Alive' on anniversary of accident that paralyzed him

Published by The Houston Chronicle on July 22, 2021

It took over 30 minutes for Rex Marco to travel a couple hundred feet in his sip and puff Permobil wheelchair. Marco kept getting approached by well wishers as he moved from the back of the worship center at Faith Lutheran Church to the front of the room on July 21.

Patient advocacy groups and innovators must partner to advance new treatments

Published by STAT on July 06, 2021

Expanded partnerships are a win-win-win for patient advocacy groups, companies and, most important, for everyone waiting for scientific advancements to improve their lives.

Will Reeve Remembers Late Dad Christopher Reeve on Father's Day: He 'Gave Me Everything'

Published by People.com on June 21, 2021

Will Reeve pens touching tribute to his late father Christopher Reeve, reflecting on their shared interests for Father's Day

Reeve Foundation and SII collaborate to increase spinal cord injury support

Published by NR Times on May 26, 2021

A new Transatlantic alliance has been formed to expand support further for the spinal cord injury community.

Eric LeGrand, Who Was Paralyzed in a College Football Game 10 Years Ago, Continues to Inspire

Published by People.com on May 21, 2021

Eric LeGrand, a former Rutgers University defensive tackle, was left paralyzed from the neck down after colliding with an Army football player during a game in October 2010

Global research alliance to advance groundbreaking spinal therapies

Published by NR Times on February 16, 2021

A new global research alliance has been created to help move forward groundbreaking therapies for people with spinal cord injury.


A Doctor’s Mission: Finding a Cure for Spinal Cord Injuries

Published by The Buzz Magazine on December 01, 2020

Sometimes, life’s unexpected detour leads to the clearest of paths.

Houston surgeon paralyzed in bike fall donates $1.1M to paralysis research

Published by MSN on November 28, 2020

On July 21, 2019 Rex Marco became a spinal surgeon with a spinal cord injury.

Houston surgeon paralyzed in bike fall donates $1.1M to paralysis research

Published by The Houston Chronicle on November 27, 2020

On July 21, 2019 Rex Marco became a spinal surgeon with a spinal cord injury.

Houston surgeon continues to help spinal injury patients after his own accident

Published by Fox 26 Houston on November 24, 2020

A local surgeon spent his life helping patients heal from spinal cord injuries. That mission hasn't changed, after the unthinkable happened to him.

Ten Years After His Spinal Injury, Eric LeGrand Still Strong

Published by Sports Illustrated on October 16, 2020

He has no regrets about the play that changed his life - the moment that left him with a spinal cord injury and now in a wheelchair.

They believe: How Rutgers' inspirational Eric LeGrand has changed lives, 10 years after his injury

Published by NJ.com on October 16, 2020

The day LeGrand went to tackle Army return man Malcom Brown and did not get up from the MetLife Stadium turf. Friday is the 10-year anniversary -- which means LeGrand has been an inspiration to many for 3,652 days.

10 years after injury left him paralyzed, Eric LeGrand remains positive and busy

Published by News 12 on October 01, 2020

It has been 10 years since former Rutgers University football player Eric LeGrand’s on-field injury left him mostly paralyzed. In the time since, LeGrand has become a tireless advocate for spinal cord research and a host of other charities.

Meryl Streep Remembers Christopher Reeve & Wife Dana on the Superman Star's Birthday

Published by Movieweb on September 25, 2020

Superman star Christopher Reeve would have turned 68 today, and friend Meryl Streep is remembering the late actor and his wife Dana in an emotional video posted online by their charity group, the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

Remembering Christopher Reeve

Published by Access Hollywood on September 25, 2020

Remembering Christopher Reeve

For 61 million Americans with disabilities, vote by mail should be a right

Published by Medium on September 09, 2020

Voting by mail for all registered voters can bring the ballot box to the door of the 61 million American adults living with a disability, many of whom are without an accessible voting facility.

Medical nonprofits forced to scale back as the pandemic upends their fundraising

Published by STAT on July 31, 2020

Medical charities have long relied on black-tie galas, golf tournaments, and bike-a-thons to fund their operations.

Learn "Why Inclusion And Accessibility Are Essential For Voice Technology" In Voice Talks Presented By Google Assistant On July 30 At 2 pm ET/11 am PT At voicetalks.ai

Published by PR Newswire on July 18, 2020

VOICE Talks Presented by Google Assistant announces its fourth episode themed, "Why Inclusion and Accessibility are Essential for Voice Technology."

Un solo centímetro, una vida arruinada: el accidente que hizo que Christopher Reeve (Superman) pasase de estrella a leyenda

Published by EL PAÍS on May 27, 2020

Un 27 de mayo de 1995 el actor se seccionó la médula espinal tras caerse de su caballo en una competición ecuestre. Hoy, cientos de miles de personas han visto mejorada su calidad de vida gracias a su empeño altruista y activismo incesante

Coronavirus won’t stop Eric LeGrand’s annual Walk to Believe -- and here’s how you can help

Published by NJ.com on May 26, 2020

Eric LeGrand was down in the dumps -- and that, as everyone who knows him can attest, is extremely unusual. He had big plans for his 10th annual Walk To Believe, a 5K run and fun walk held in Piscataway each spring. He had shifted the June 6 event to the night, with fireworks, a live band and a deejay to entertain the participants around Rutgers’ SHI Stadium, and the biggest fundraising goal for spinal cord research yet.

Fear of the Unknown

Published by The Players' Tribune on May 26, 2020

A lot of people probably don’t know that, for me and other people living with paralysis, COVID-19 is especially dangerous. It’s pretty much a death sentence. It’s been 10 years since I made the tackle that injured my spine. Sometimes I think people don’t fully get what it means to be paralyzed. They think, Oh, he’s just sitting down, he can’t move.

Airbnb’s Suzanne Edwards Talks Inclusion And Newly Launched Accessibility-Centric Online Experiences

Published by Forbes on May 25, 2020

On Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Airbnb announced in a press release the creation of several new accessibility-centric online experiences designed for people with disabilities. The company said it partnered with disability organizations such as the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation, the Royal Association for Deaf People, and The Arc to build these experiences.

Online inclusion: Airbnb unveils Experiences accessible for all

Published by Globe4all on May 21, 2020

And on May 21, when the world celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day, Airbnb announced that new Online Experiences became accessible to people with disabilities. Airbnb unveils new events designed by hosts with accessibility in mind.

Coronavirus is NJ: Mike Nichols, trying to stay alive, has a simple request of others

Published by My Central Jersey on April 22, 2020

As a hockey player for Monroe High School in 2014, he broke his C5 vertebrae and was instantly paralyzed. Because of the injury, his lungs weren’t able to properly expel the phlegm forming, making an extended hospital stay necessary. With the coronavirus pandemic ripping its way through the country, people like Nichols are at a greater risk. If Nichols were to catch the virus, he knows what could happen.


Fifteen Years Later, Christopher Reeve’s ‘Superman’ Spirit Lives On Within The Spinal Cord Injury Community

Published by Forbes on November 26, 2019

Reeve then became a hero to the spinal cord injury community by founding the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation with his wife in 1998. To this day, the Reeve Foundation continues to raise awareness and research cures and improvements for people living with paralysis.

She fell 150 feet off a cliff while fleeing an attacker. Three years later, she completed her second marathon

Published by CNN on November 06, 2019

On Sunday, three years after a spinal cord injury that left her without full mobility of her lower body, Hannah Gavios completed her second New York City Marathon -- crossing the finish line on crutches in just over 11 hours, 18 minutes faster than last year.

Who finishes the NYC Marathon in 12 hours? Someone on a mission

Published by ESPN on November 05, 2019

Last year, Gavios completed her first NYC Marathon with the support of Team Reeve, a part of the late Christopher Reeve's foundation. She raced the entire course on crutches. This year, Gavios did it again.

NJ teacher pushes paralyzed alum to stunning time at NYC Marathon: 'Absolutely surreal.'

Published by Asbury Park Press on November 04, 2019

Watch Belmar resident Joe Rooney push paralyzed former Monroe High School hockey player Mikey Nichols in a training session for the NYC Marathon.

High School Teacher Teams Up With Alum In Wheelchair For NYC Marathon

Published by CBS New York on October 28, 2019

A New Jersey high school teacher and an alum are teaming up to participate in New York City Marathon, but they’ll need each other to cross the finish line.

GTX medical BV and NeuroRecovery Technologies Inc. Merge

Published by GTX Medical on October 22, 2019

GTX medical BV and NeuroRecovery Technologies Inc. Merge to Create Leading Neurostimulation Company for Spinal Cord Injury

Reeve Foundation to invest in paralysis-treatment companies, as more nonprofits act like VCs

Published by STAT on September 17, 2019

The goal of the new venture philanthropy model is to more quickly help patients like the late actor Christopher Reeve