transition

Cathy Cartwright Calls on Neuroscience Nurses to Play Active Role in Transitioning Youth to Adult Care

Neuroscience nurse Cathy Cartwright addressed her peers at the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses (AANN)’s Annual Meeting to encourage them to get more involved in helping youth transition from pediatric to adult care.

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Comprehensive Paper Addressing Transitioning to Adult Care Published in Journal of Neurosurgery

A new paper summarizing the findings from the Hydrocephalus Association’s first-ever Transition Summit was published in the prestigious Journal of Neurosurgery (JNS). The JNS reaches both pediatric and adult providers, all of whom will have crucial roles to play in improving transition.

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My Transition from Pediatric Care to Adult Care

The Dr. Seuss books and wooden “choo-choo” train in the waiting room were clear indicators that it was time for me to transition to a physician that treated adults.

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Preparing for the Transition to College

In this installment of our video blog series, Debby addresses sending a loved one with hydrocephalus off to college and how to plan for this transition.

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NEW Hydrocephalus Education Day

The Hydrocephalus Association in partnership with NYU Division of Pediatric Neurosurgery announce a one day Hydrocephalus Education workshop in NEW YORK!

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Workplace Communication Tips for People Living with Disabilities

by Dave Carl, job coach and guest blogger My primary focus as a social worker is working with individuals living with disabilities teaching a variety of independent living skills including employment. Through my career I have seen the progress of people living with disabilities in the workforce who at first had very low self-confidence and […]

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Teens Take Charge – Olivia’s Story

My name is Olivia, I’m 14 and have been living with hydrocephalus since birth. I was born at only 29 weeks, which caused a bilateral grade II intra-ventricular hemorrhages (also known as brain bleeds), which developed post hemorrhagic hydrocephalus (excess spinal fluid in the brain). I underwent surgery to receive my first VP shunt at 10 […]

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Announcing Teens Take Charge

For Immediate Release Teen Advocacy Program Launched for Hydrocephalus Hydrocephalus Association Engages Teens in Fight for a Cure San Francisco, CA (October 18, 2010) – The Hydrocephalus Association launched the Teens Take Charge initiative to engage teens in advocating for more research. The program will develop the next generation of activists fighting to find better […]

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Trust and Let Go

by Pip Marks The issue of transition is very close to my heart – it has been since the day my oldest child was born. My first questions to the docs after his birth were “Will he be able to live away from home one day? Will he be able to take care of himself? […]

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