Regaining Your Voice
Many traumatic injuries result in difficulties in speaking and swallowing. Whether you or a family member are having issues with speech, aphasia or swallowing, Jefferson Moss-Magee Rehabilitation's speech language pathologists bring years of skill and dedication to successfully assess and treat each specific problem.
Our multidisciplinary expertise, coupled with the latest innovative technology, empowers our team to make perceptive evaluations, create targeted treatment plans, and set ambitious goals for recovery.
Finding your Authentic Voice
Jefferson, in collaboration with the Einstein Pride Program, offers voice therapy to help transgender (persons whose gender identity is different from the gender assigned to them at birth) and gender expansive individuals (those who expand notions of gender expression and identity beyond perceived or expected societal gender norms) develop their ideal vocals. This special type of vocal training focuses on adapting vocals in a gender affirming way (support in the gender transition) rather than rebuilding speech after a voice injury.
One Patient's Story
Rather than look back or feel sorry for herself, Keisha Spraggans chooses to focus on the challenge ahead following a stroke. Read her story.
Why Choose Us?
We Get You Home
On average, Jefferson’s patients with brain injury show more functional improvement and are discharged home more often than other area rehab providers both locally and nationally. (See full list of outcomes.)
Jefferson is repeatedly ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the number one rehabilitation hospital in the Philadelphia region and among the top 10 in the country in its annual list of America's Best Hospitals.
From our renowned inpatient programs to our outpatient centers, Day Therapy Program, Community Re-Entry Program, School Re-Entry Program, Vocational Directions Program, Clubhouse and Drucker Community Residence program, we are with you every step of your way toward increased independence.
We have more accreditations from the Commission for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) than any other rehab provider on U.S.News & World Report’s “Best Hospitals” list. (See complete list.) We have earned CARF accreditation for seven of our brain injury programs.
Our physicians; speech pathologists; rehabilitation nurses; physical, occupational and recreational therapists; social workers and psychologists - all specializing in rehabilitation - work together to ensure coordination of care throughout treatment. We also believe that family plays an essential role, and invite cooperation at every phase of treatment.
Informed by Research
The renowned Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute conducts advanced research that translates to innovations in care. And the Drucker Brain Injury Center at Jefferson has been designated by the federal government as a Traumatic Brain Injury Model System since 1997 for its culture of research integrated with care - the only such center in the Philadelphia area.
From the G-EO System Evolution therapeutic exercise machine to the Lokomat treadmill therapy to the ReWalk robotic exoskeleton, Jefferson is leading the way with the treatments and therapies of the future.
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