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Sandra Lewis, MSS, MLSP

Director, Marketing & Community Affairs

Ms. Lewis earned degrees in Social Service and Law and Social Policy from Bryn Mawr College School of Social Work and Social Research. Prior to working at NeurAbilities, Ms. Lewis served as director of family services and legislative affairs for Bancroft NeuroHealth. She has organized outreach efforts on many levels of the disability community, including promoting self-advocacy, educating legislators on disability issues and encouraging family involvement. In her current role at NeurAbilities, Ms. Lewis coordinates outreach efforts to educate the community on issues related to neurological disabilities.

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NeurAbilities Healthcare is the premier provider of neurological, behavioral and neurodevelopmental services in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, offering comfort, hope and answers that transform the lives of individuals of all ages, and their families.

Our Mission

To transform the lives of patients through precision medicine, behavior sciences, and therapeutic treatments with compassion, dignity, and respect.

Our Vision

To provide hope and achieve positive outcomes for those we serve.

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Our Core Values

  • Compassion
  • Collaboration
  • Integrity
  • Excellence
  • Joy
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