Neurology Now Magazine shares an interesting new therapy that may benefit individuals in our hydrocephalus community when it becomes available.
Researchers at VCU are focusing on helping survivors and their loved ones recover emotionally from brain injuries which often result in depression, anxiety, and other ailments.
California is the first state to enact its own brain research program – Cal-BRAIN, making it a leader in brain research in the U.S. according to an opinion piece in the Sacramento Bee.
Dr. Andrew Zabel, Ph.D., ABPP, Kennedy Krieger Institute, returns to the Hydrocephalus Association’s 13th National Conference on Hydrocephalus to lead two sessions – the ABCs of IEPs and Anxiety, Depression and Hydrocephalus. Join us in Portland, OR, July 9-11.
Our history as an association is a reflection of the richness and diversity of the engaged and committed members of our community. As we continue our interview series commemorating our 30th anniversary, we take a moment to hear reflections from individuals around the country who have interacted with the Hydrocephalus Association (HA) and supported HA throughout the years. This week we chat with Angela Lacey. who was 44 years old when she was diagnosed with normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH).
Tracy Taback shares her story about being diagnosed with hydrocephalus. Since her ETV, she has become a Support Group Leader in Connecticut and an avid spokesperson to raise awareness of hydrocephalus.