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Through creating art and reflecting on the artistic process, people can increase awareness of self and cope with symptoms & stress.
Hosted by the Associate Board, the 15th annual Art in Motion raises funds for Shirley Ryan AbilityLab's Art Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation programs and showcases work submitted by our very own artists.
Hosted by the Associate Board, the 16th annual Art in Motion raises funds for Shirley Ryan AbilityLab's Art Therapy and Therapeutic Recreation programs and showcases work submitted by our very own artists.
With holiday shopping just around the corner, many are wondering what toys they should buy this year. With thousands of toys to choose from, picking the perfect gift for a child can be an overwhelming task.
After a short fall form his deck, Walter found himself paralyzed. But with a sense of humor and art therapy, he's finding fulfillment and meaning in his new life.
Cutting-edge technology to help you regain arm strength, coordination and motor function after a stroke or brain injury
Therapeutic recreation focuses on the relaxing, fun part of life through art therapy, music therapy, animal-assisted therapy, and recreational activity therapy.
The Performing Arts Medicine Program (PAMP) provides performance oriented medical evaluation and rehabilitation treatments.
Artist Terrence Karpowicz, a frequent research participant at the Center for Bionic Medicine, discusses prosthetic technology and how limb loss influenced his approach to art.
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Whether you're looking for a conversation support group or an intensive therapy program, our team of experts can offer the support you need to improve your communication skills.