1 in 5 children will live with a neurologic condition

We are here so they never have to walk alone!

At Child Neurology Foundation, we are committed to helping children and their families living with a neurologic condition receive the best quality of care — and achieve their highest quality of life — by providing information, education, and one-on-one support when it’s needed most.

Information Spotlight

Join Us June 15th-24th For The Inaugural 2021 Transitions of Care Summit

The CNF Transitions of Care Summit is focused on ensuring that young adults living with a neurologic condition and those who support them, have the knowledge, tools, and confidence to be able to make the process a success.

The summit will include 7 live talks and 3 pre-recorded videos released to registrants at the start of the event spread out from June 15th to June 24th. Each event will focus on a different topic related to the transitions process and give viewers the opportunity to dig deeper no matter where they are in the transition process. 

All events will be recorded and put online, access is free, all you have to do is sign up! 

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Child Neurologic Disorder Information & Resources

If your child or someone you know has recently been diagnosed with a neurologic condition, we’re here to help you make an informed decision on their care. Search our child neurology disorder directory to learn more about treatment, prognosis and research opportunities.

One-On-One Support

Not finding what you need? Would you like to talk with someone who has gone through a similar situation as you?

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