Quantum Rehab recently donated $7,500 to Allied Services Integrated Health System. The donation was part of the company’s support of the non-profit’s annual campaign, WNEP’s Ryan’s Run. Quantum Rehab employee Jeffrey Grant ran the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon on Nov. 5, as part of a team of 50 runners raising awareness and funds for Allied Services. Quantum Rehab’s donation and other funds raised during the campaign enable Allied Services to invest in rehab technology and services for the benefit of Allied’s patients. Headquartered in Exeter, Quantum Rehab is a leading global innovator in 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 each October that brings together children and adults of all abilities to celebrate the accomplishments and physical milestones of past and current patients of Allied Services. From left, are Jim Brogna, vice president of corporate advancement and communication; Michael Avvisato, senior vice president and CFO; attorney Bill Conaboy, president and CEO, Allied Services; Scott Meuser, chairman and CEO, Pride Mobility Products Corp; Jay Brislin, vice president, Quantum Rehab; Megan Kutch, director of marketing, Quantum Rehab.