For the second year in a row NeuroHope is proud to be named the “Health & Wellness” finalist by Impact 100 of Greater Indianapolis! This year our team was honored with a $23,000 check from the women’s giving circle which will directly help fund the services we provide for people living paralysis! Impact 100 is one […]
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Entries by Chris Leeuw
On July 9, 2018, Evan Faucett’s life changed in the blink of an eye. Only a few months after he received his professional motocross license, he crashed during jump at a competition in Kokomo. The spinal cord and brain injury Evan sustained have taken him along a grueling road to recovery. After being discharged from […]
Last August, exactly eight years after waking up in the ICU, I had the honor of speaking at the 2018 Joseph Group Wealth Summit in Columbus, Ohio. It was the first time I gave a public account of my entire personal story – the moment of the accident, life as a quadriplegic, what happens to […]
In 2013, Dustin Shillcox became 1 of the first 4 people in the world to be a part of groundbreaking epidural stimulation research at the University of Louisville. A set of electrodes was surgically implanted onto his spinal cord below the level of his injury and a small power pack was implanted into his abdomen. When the […]
The Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders have launched a “Community Impact Challenge” and NeuroHope needs YOUR VOTE to win a $10,000 grant! Each member of the Colts cheer squad has picked a charity and a program to support. NeuroHope is honored to have been selected by Vanessa Wahl, a Greenwood native in her second year with team, who shares our passion to provide […]
In September, a breakthough in epidural stimulation research made global headlines. The New England Journal of Medicine published work from The Spinal Cord Injury Research Center at the University of Louisville, which announced that four paralyzed people regained the ability to walk after being implanted with a stimulation device and undergoing months of physical training. Read […]
It was an AWESOME afternoon at NeuroHope’s inaugural “Swing Fore Hope” charity golf scramble! The rain and thunderstorms held off (somehow), and we had a great turnout. 30 Teams! 26 sponsors! Thank you to all who spent the afternoon with us at The Fort Golf Resort. A special thanks goes to Hensley Legal Group PC […]
NeuroHope Founder and Executive Director Chris Leeuw was presented with the 2018 “William T. Rosenbaum Friend of Physical Therapy” award by the Indiana chapter of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) at Bellarmine University in Louisville, KY on September 22. From the INAPTA: “The award is presented to honor and recognize the accomplishments of those persons […]
Less than one year ago, Ryan Bardellini was enjoying his senior year at the International School of Indiana. A standout fencer and student, Ryan’s future plans involved looking at colleges and planning his future. Ryan’s life changed in November of 2017. He was involved in a serious accident and sustained a traumatic brain injury. Ryan […]
Mark your calendars for Monday, September 24! We are thrilled to announce our 1st Annual “Swing Fore Hope” Golf Scramble to benefit NeuroHope, sponsored by Hensley Legal Group, PC. The action starts at noon at The Fort Golf Resort at Fort Harrison State Park! Enjoy an end-of-summer Monday hitting the links, enjoy a free lunch, and take […]
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- NeuroHope Wins $23,000 as Impact 100 FinalistJune 27, 2019 - 10:43 am
- CLIENT SPOTLIGHT: Evan FaucettApril 11, 2019 - 1:36 pm
- VIDEO: Overcoming Paralysis, Changing Healthcare, and Finding Your PassionFebruary 20, 2019 - 11:56 am
- VIDEO: Dustin Shillcox Explains Epidural Stimulation that Restores Movement after SCIDecember 20, 2018 - 5:16 pm