The current issue of the Rehabilitation Reader is in the Left Navigation Column, bottom tab, or the handy button at the top of our home page.
The previous issue of the Rehabilitation Reader is in the Features Column, at right.
Below are archived issues of the Rehabilitation Reader from years past. As such, some of the information may be out of date. All of our issues are web-based only and may be printed from our site for educational purposes.
Spinal Cord Rehabilitation 2009
Cover Story: Young Wrestling Champion, Bradley Saunders, Stays Positive Following a Spinal Cord Injury
Find out why in our SCI issue of the Rehabilitation Reader.
Also in this issue: More Patient Stories | Letter from the Chair | SCI Medicine, Therapies & Resources
Pediatric Rehabilitation 2009
Cover Story: Jaclyn Young Overcomes Hardships, Inspires Others
Also in this issue:
- Jennifer Pfaltzgraff: Child Advocacy & Intervention
- The TelAbility Project
- Message from the Chair
In the extended articles:
- Caring for Children Takes a Team
- The Importance of Trust
- Resource: Understanding Different Therapies for Children
Stroke Rehabilitation 2008
Cover Story: Stroke Patient Marilyn Lewis Keeps the Faith: From Blinking Eyes to Talking and Walking on Her Own
Read more in our stroke issue of the Rehabilitation Reader.
Also in the stroke issue:
- Matching resources to patients
- Stroke and depression
- UNC support groups
- Research and action in the "stroke belt" of North Carolina
Read these extended articles for our stroke issue:
- How to prevent stroke
- Common symptoms of stroke
- Marilyn Lewis inspires her therapists, nurses
- Stroke mentors' words of wisdom
TBI Issue 2008
Cover Story: TBI Patient Embraces Independent Life
After a severe traumatic brain injury, Brittany Stone is pursuing her college education to assist others with disabilities. Read more...
Amputee & Alumni Issue 2007
Cover Story: Accident Survivor Pays It Forward
Amputee patient Karene McLean helps his expanding community by promoting endurance and world citizenship. Read more...