Whether you’re a patient, caregiver, advocate, researcher, clinician or industry partner, we have resources and programs to fit your needs. Below is a short summary of what we’re doing and ways we can help support you. If you don’t find what you are looking for or have questions, please contact us at [email protected]
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All parents have questions and concerns about sending their children back to school during the current pandemic, but the child neurology community faces additional challenges.
We explore the existing chasm between healthcare providers’ ability to offer behavior management support guidance and families’ desires to have access to the best treatment available for their children.
The Child Neurology Foundation is launching a new project Better Together for Kids that kicks off this March, exploring how we can support better collaboration and connection between advocacy and industry in our sector.
CNF believes that care coordination and integration are essential for families to be able to access the care they need for their child with a neurologic condition.
We encourage you to fill out the Child Neurologist New Visit Toolkit prior to your first visit with a neurologist or when visiting a new neurologist. Download the form, print it out and bring it to the…
CHICA is a web-based clinical decision support system that works with a physician’s current Electronic Health Record System to help coordinate patient visits.
An educational hub with helpful and reliable information that addresses these needs for families and clinicians.
CNF’s Community of Practice gathering is a way to provide a safe forum for people in our sector to support one another, connecting about our hopes, anxieties, dilemmas, and successes.
Navigating the New Normal – Resources, educational content, stories and grants for coping with COVID-19
We’re launching a pilot project to provide digital access to 100 families in our child neuro community who don’t have internet at home. The goal? Help them get online and access to the resources and…
A list of diseases and conditions sourced through CNF’s partnership with The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS), US National Institutes of Health.
Administered annually beginning in May 2022, the $5,000 summer research scholarship will be given to each of three (3) U.S. or Canadian medical students who have an interest in exploring a career in child neurology
Although epilepsy cannot be cured, many people control seizures with medication, lifestyle changes, devices, and/or surgery. It is important to control seizures as much as possible to reduce the risk of injury, health complications and,…
Peer support is a form of emotional and practical help from somebody who has lived through a similar experience and who is trained to offer support.
Each year, we identify an important education initiative that impacts the entire child neurology community. In 2020, our focus was on Shortening the Diagnostic Odyssey, which included genetic testing and the role it can play in helping…
CNF offers Grants & Scholarships every year to families in our child neurology community, including the RISE Family grants to help during COVID-19.
You are not alone. Millions of people face mental health concerns every year; the latest data from the National Alliance on Mental Health shows that one in five U.S. adults experience mental illness and 17…
CNF is passionate about collaboration. Here is a list of opportunities for organizations to partner with us.
CNF offers Grants & Scholarships every year to health care providers and researchers in our child neurology community.
Use the forms in this free Notebook to tell the respite caregivers about your child and his/her needs.
It is critical to get to a diagnosis sooner so that parents, caregivers, and physicians can begin the process of finding possible treatments and make more informed decisions about next steps in the care of…
Every year, 1 in 150 people who have uncontrolled seizures dies from Sudden Unexpected Death in Epilepsy (SUDEP). It is the leading epilepsy-related cause of death.
At CNF, we recognize the power of telehealth to improve access for so many children experiencing neurologic conditions and their families, and it provides another way to stay safe as we navigate our new normal.
Our largest and most diverse program helps to support youth, families, and child neurology teams in the medical transition from pediatric to adult health care systems.
Welcome to the Transitions of Care Patient Advocacy Hub and thank you for registering to join us at our inaugural summit June 15th-24th!