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Good Shepherd Home - Bethlehem
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Good Shepherd Rehabilitation Network was founded by the Rev. John and Estella Raker who took a disabled child, Viola Hunt, into their home - the first of many, from newborns to centenarians, to be cared for by the couple.

Pioneers who spent nearly a century serving their community with devotion and compassionate care, the Rakers laid the foundation for the Good Shepherd of today - a nationally recognized not-for-profit post-acute leader offering an unmatched continuum of care for people of all ages with physical and cognitive disabilities, injuries and illnesses. Our mission is to enhance lives, maximize function, inspire hope and promote dignity and well-being with expertise and compassion.

Founded in 2000, Good Shepherd Home - Bethlehem is home to 60 individuals with severe disabilities. This long-term care facility is not a traditional geriatric nursing hoe. Consistent with our mission, we admit people as young as 12 who have a neurologic condition - either from birth or through accident or condition - that prevents them from living safely on their own. Good Shepherd Home - Bethlehem offers an interdisciplinary approach to help residents maintain maximum independence for as long as possible. Our residents usually live here for life, truly making Good Shepherd Home - Bethlehem a home.

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