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Currently offering ZOOM support groups/classes throughout the state. Will return to “in person” offerings as soon as it is safe. Rehab services and price lists are also listed. Volunteer opportunities.
Offers extensive information on brain tumors, fundraising for brain tumors, ongoing support groups, research and volunteer opportunities etc. ABTA is a funder of CU Department of Neurosurgery Research.
Provides financial assistance to families who are impacted by brain aneurysms. Much of their funding is used to support CU Department of Neurosurgery patients and families.
They offer a wide variety of services including ongoing support groups/workshops/seminars, counseling services (including 2 free sessions) hydrotherapy, volunteer opportunities. Extensive research is being done at CU, involving faculty from the departments of neurosurgery and neurology.
Is hosted by the Rocky Mountain MS Center, and offers a wide variety of activities for both MS and stroke patients.
Provides a great overview of MS including symptoms/treatment/resources/life with MS/research/volunteering. Headquartered in Colorado, the National MS Society also has a 24 hour call center and helps to raise funding for research across the country.
Offers access to a wide variety of programs, virtual and in person, national and local, including art therapy, Project Uplift, Life Coaching, Peer Support and Youth Summer Camps.
Offers 24 hr support, local and national resources, general education on Alzheimers and general dementia, volunteer opportunities, fundraising events, research information and more.
Offers adult and child information and services for those with brain injuries including stroke and aneurism, peer mentorship, virtual support groups/classes/workshops, volunteer opportunities.
Exercise classes, support groups, seminars, volunteer opportunities, annual research educational event for patients. This is a great organization to become involved with and meet others in our community dealing with the same issues. Most of their educational events and classes are free.
National research organization. Website gives overview of Parkinson’s, living with/managing it, resources for the newly diagnosed, how to build your care team etc. This organization is at the forefront of PD research.
Local Parkinson Disease nonprofit research and education organization providing, webinars, worksheets, national conferences, volunteer opportunities, events, etc.
Local, but nationally known rehabilitation center in Englewood, providing excellent rehabilitation in brain and spinal cord injury recovery. Check out their “Peak Center,” a fabulous resource for those with neurological conditions who want to work out with others facing similar challenges.
For anyone with disabilities, including neurological impairments, Easter Seals offers adult day programs, older adult day programs, transportation services, respite services for caregivers, rehab services, information about disability benefits, camps for both children and adults, and many other resources.