Over the course of a long career as a nurse, Jenny Rosebrock served many patients recovering from neurologic injuries, but she never imagined she would be on the receiving end […]
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From the NeuroHope family to each of yours: Merry Christmas, and Happy Holiday season! May the holiday season provide a respite from stress and a chance to reflect on the […]
The year 2020 has been turbulent for non-profit organizations. Fundraising is always a challenge, but never more than this year Charities had to sustain temporary closures due to COVID-19, and […]
What a day! Our 3rd annual “Swing Fore Hope” charity scramble was a smashing success. 132 golfers, 18 sponsors, a silent auction, raffle winners, patient speeches by Mitch Dankert and […]
In March of 2019, 45-year-old Tim Owen was driving his car when he was overcome by a paralyzing stroke. Thanks to quick thinking and the life-saving work of paramedics, he survived. […]
We’re back!! As of May 18th, it’s partial re-open for client re-evaluations this week. During our two-month closure we have remained engaged with clients through video visits and home programs. […]
When Christopher Reeve became paralyzed 25 years ago, spinal cord injury was launched into the public eye. Paralysis can happen to anyone anywhere. There are 18,000 new injuries in the […]
The NeuroHope story was presented at the American Physical Therapy Association’s (APTA) Combined Sections Meeting in Denver, Colorado on February 14th! Dr. Stephanie A. Miller from the Krannert School of Physical Therapy at […]
Alexa Cantwell, a 27 year old from Indianapolis, didn’t become a wheelchair-user instantaneously like so many others who injure their spinal cords. Instead, when she was just 8 years old, […]
Major thanks to the 100+ golfers and all sponsors that made the “2019 Swing Fore Hope” charity golf scramble a success! We had a blast at Ironwood Golf Club and […]
6002 Sunnyside Rd.
Indianapolis, IN 46236
NeuroHope is located on the east wing of the Incrediplex in Lawrence on the northeast side of Indianapolis.
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