The 2018 WALK to End Hydrocephalus season is in the books! And what a year it was. Thanks to the Hydrocephalus Association’s wonderful volunteers, 43 WALKS were held across the U.S., with more than 14,000 participants representing over 1,200 teams.
“Dean the Machine” race car will raise awareness for hydrocephalus, which affects 1 million Americans “Your son has a life-threatening condition and is going to need emergency brain surgery to manage it.” Those words will be forever etched into Bennett Wilson’s memory. It was the moment he was told his six-month-old son Dean had hydrocephalus, […]
It is interesting to see how many families truly are affected by hydrocephalus. It’s something a lot of people have never heard of… yet through social media, we connected with 4 different families all dealing with the same thing.
“My goal is for Adora to be successful and get every opportunity that we do. Because there is no cure, I will work until one is found. I want to be as involved as I can be.”
By filling out our online surveys, participating in the clinical research networks, and making donations, we are moving hydrocephalus research forward!
Donate now through October 31st and your gift will be matched dollar for dollar by a generous donor who will give up to $100,000 to further research into adult hydrocephalus!
Working with the Frisco Parks and Recreation Department, Frisco Commons was selected for the site of the inaugural 2014 Dallas/Fort Worth Hydrocephalus Association WALK which will take place on September 27, 2014.
Welcome to the 2013 HA WALK season! Our new year of Hydrocephalus Association WALKs and special events is underway. We are pleased to announce that we have 33 WALK sites this year plus the Virtual WALK, for people who don’t have a HA WALK in their area.
HA WALKS are about raising awareness about Hydrocephalus and funds for the Hydrocephalus Association’s core services of support, education, advocacy, and research. But, the WALKS are also about bringing people together and making life-long connections and friendships.
The Hydrocephalus Association had a successful year of WALKS and Special Events, thanks to the dedication of our WALK and Special Event Chairs. A look back at our 2012 events…