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Good Shepherd is one of the most advanced rehabilitation facilities in the nation, providing rehabilitation therapies at more than 30 sites to more than 60,000 people.

However, many who come to us struggle with a shortfall in their insurance coverage and can’t afford much-need therapies and services. That’s why we rely so heavily on your charitable gifts to close the coverage gap.

With so many special giving opportunities at Good Shepherd, finding one that speaks to you, as a donor, is easy. You can choose to make a major or restricted gift to specific areas vital to sustaining our mission where the need is ongoing and the demand grows.

For more information, call 610-778-1075 or Donate Now.

Endowments provide a permanent and ongoing source of funds for programs and services that are central to Good Shepherd’s mission.  Your contribution, stock gift, bequest or other donation may be directed to any one of Good Shepherd’s general endowment funds.  If you want a more specific designation, you may contribute to one of the named endowment funds.  You may also choose to establ

The Good Shepherd Home has its roots in the organization’s very beginnings in 1908 when The Rev. John Raker and his wife, Estella, brought that first orphaned, crippled girl into their home.

Health care is a dynamic environment, challenging our staff to stay current with new therapies and techniques. Your gifts supporting employee scholarships help our associates gain knowledge than enhances their areas of expertise, improves the recovery and quality of life for those we serve and keeps Good Shepherd in the forefront of rehabilitation, making our communities healthier.

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We are proud of the expertise and compassion of our staff, and have the only two board-certified developmental pediatricians in the area. We have the only children’s in-patient rehabilitation hospital in the area, bringing a much-needed resource closer to home for so many families.

Among the top diagnoses are autism, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, developmental delay, and learning disabilities.

Assistive technology is the gateway to helping people with disabilities achieve greater independence in exciting ways once only dreamed of. As a Center of Excellence in this field, we need to continually invest in this area to keep pace with new technologies that enhance communication, work, play, and daily life.