Boozle bear, who has hydrocephalus, is an educational tool used to demonstrate how shunting works. Read about this amazing bear and how you can help make him!
In her monthly blog for the Hydrocephalus Association Teens Take Charge program, Madeleine celebrates National Volunteer Month with ideas for giving a little time…for a big impact.
Randi Corey, Director of Special Events & Volunteer Support for the Hydrocephalus Association, is wrapping up our Veteran WALK Chairs’ annual meeting held this weekend in Charlotte, NC.
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.