Quantum Rehab donates $7,500 to Allied Services to support children and adults with disabilities

Quantum Rehab donates $7,500 to Allied Services to support children and adults with disabilities

Quantum Rehab recently donated $7,500 to Allied Services Integrated Health System. The donation was part of their support of the non-profit’s annual campaign, WNEP’s Ryan’s Run.

Headquartered in Duryea, Pennsylvania, Quantum Rehab is a leading global innovator in complex rehab mobility products designed to increase daily functionality and quality of life. The company is a long-time supporter of Allied Services, sponsoring a 5k and All-Abilities Walk that brings together people of all abilities to celebrate the accomplishments and physical milestones of past and current patients of Allied Services.

This year’s race took place on Sunday, August 22nd at Blakely Borough Recreation Complex. More than 350 runners, walkers and supporters turned out to cheer on the pediatric and adult patients participating in the All-Abilities Walk.

Proceeds from the 5k & All-Abilities Walk, and the Ryan’s Run campaign benefits children and adults with disabilities at Allied Services. Funds raised during the campaign enable Allied Services to invest in cutting-edge rehab technology and services for the benefit of their patients.

PHOTO ID: left to right, Jay Brislin, Vice President, Quantum Rehab; Ryan Leckey, Reporter/Producer, WNEP TV; Atty. Bill Conaboy, President & CEO, Allied Services;