Description & History

ICD-International Center for the Disabled is a nonprofit outpatient rehabilitation center in New York City serving people of all ages with disabilities and other rehabilitative and developmental needs. Since our founding in 1917 as the first outpatient rehabilitation center in the country, ICD has pioneered new programs and services to help thousands of individuals achieve better health, greater independence, and more productive work, school, and family life.

ICD currently serves over 4,000 people a year, from all five boroughs of New York, who come to our conveniently located Manhattan center where they receive expert medical, speech and language, mental health and vocational services all at one site. ICD is a recognized leader in providing integrated rehabilitative care.

About the organization

International Center For The Disabled

Contact:
Ronne Carlton
Human Resources Associate
(212) 585-6110