This November and December, the White Plains Public Library will host Faces of Burke, a traveling photography exhibit conceived to showcase the individuality of the patients treated at Burke every day.
The library is the last stop for the exhibit, which has been travelling throughout the county for the past year.
The compelling photographs and stories illustrate a diverse and inspiring group of six patients who have succeeded in regaining mobility and independence through their experience at Burke. These patients have experienced physical and cognitive impairments resulting from stroke, traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, cardiac disease and orthopedic issues. The photographs in this exhibit offer a glimpse into their journey towards recovery.
The exhibit will be on display on the North wall of the Museum Gallery on the second floor beginning on November 3. For more information about the exhibit, contact Elise Johnson at email@example.com.