Kessler Foundation is a 501(c)(3) public charity dedicated to improving the quality of life for individuals with disabilities. The Foundation bears the name of Dr. Henry H. Kessler, an orthopedist who founded Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation in 1947 to provide comprehensive rehabilitation for people with physical disabilities and help them achieve maximum independence. Today the rehabilitation research and community employment programs of Kessler Foundation continue Dr. Kessler’s legacy, while Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation, the largest and most comprehensive hospital for medical rehabilitation in New Jersey, operates as a for-profit institution (within Select Medical). Kessler Foundation strives to improve the lives of people with physical and cognitive disabilities caused by stroke, multiple sclerosis, brain and spinal cord injury, and other chronic neurologic and musculoskeletal conditions. Over the past decade, Kessler Foundation has invested almost $50 million in the work of its researchers, who develop ways to help people with disabilities overcome obstacles, and lead full and productive lives in their communities. Kessler Foundation maintains two offices. One is Located at 1199 Pleasant Valley Way, West Orange, NJ. This deals an Operations & Grants Administration, a medical library, and five specialized research departments. Those are Human Performance and Engineering Research, Outcomes and Assessment Research, Spinal Cord Injury Research, Stroke Rehabilitation Research, and Traumatic Brain Injury Research. Another one is Located at 120 Eagle Rock Avenue, East Hanover, NJ, Which deals Neuropsychology and Neuroscience Research, Employment & Disability Research and the Foundations Grants & Communications, Development, Finance, Information Technology, Human Resources, and executive offices. Kessler Foundation is proud to be among the "Best Nonprofits to Work For" (The Non Profit Times) and "Best Places to Work in New Jersey" (NJBIZ), as well as No.5 on the list of the "50 Best Workplaces for Recent College Graduates" in the United States by consulting firm Great Place to Work and Fortune magazine.