Hydrocephalus is relentless. So are we.
Hydrocephalus is relentless. So are we.

NPH is a treatable form of dementia that is often misdiagnosed. Persistence in getting the correct diagnosis pays off.

— Gary

Adult with NPH

Driving Research Forward

Improving lives now and funding the breakthrough research of tomorrow.


$13 Million

Invested in research

$50 Million

Additional Federal Grants Awarded


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Let’s Navigate this together

Trusted resources to help you on your journey.


Recently Diagnosed?

Have you or a loved one recently been diagnosed with hydrocephalus?


Tools for Daily Life

Learn how to manage the day to day symptoms and challenges you might encounter on your journey with hydrocephalus.


Get Support

We're here to help! Find the support you need and talk to people who know what you're going through.

Walk with US!

The WALK to End Hydrocephalus is our largest annual fundraising event, raising critical funds for research, advocacy efforts, support and education. Come join the fun and be part of the movement.

We will be WALKing in cities all across the US from August 20th through November 13th. We also have a Virtual WALK for those that cannot attend in person.



Make An Impact

We come together in so many ways — all of us driven by a passion to find a cure and improve the lives of those impacted by hydrocephalus. Whether you participate in a WALK to End Hydrocephalus or join our advocacy efforts, you’re making a difference!

Our community of patients and caregivers is there for you so you can connect, share life experiences, and find hope.

Researchers need input from people living with hydrocephalus in order to ask the right questions and develop treatments.

The best advocates are patients, family members, medical caregivers, and others who are directly affected by the condition.

Raise awareness about hydrocephalus and look great doing it!

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When you're ready, let's take the next step together. Stay informed with our monthly newsletter! We'll share inspiring stories, and information about our programs, events, and research.