Have you or a loved one recently been diagnosed with hydrocephalus? Whether you are living with hydrocephalus or are a caregiver – we’re here to help you on this journey. We developed guides and next steps tailored to specific age groups and life stages.
Researchers may have the scientific expertise, but they need input from people living with hydrocephalus in order to ask the right questions and develop treatments that will benefit our entire community.
The Hydrocephalus Association is your trusted source for information at every stage of life. We offer resources that provide life-changing support to people living with hydrocephalus and their loved ones.
This presentation will focus on what colleges look for in students, the six essential skills for college success, the types of accommodations and services that are available on campus, paths to independence, and how to find the “right fit."
This presentation will focus on how the cells that line the ventricles may contribute to multiple types of hydrocephalus. Dr. Limbrick's research has led to the discovery of a new drug target that his lab is currently testing.