Nexus Hope Foundation strives to prevent brain injuries through community engagement. Incorporated in 2008, the foundation has multiple missions, including:
Joining forces, Nexus Hope Foundation and Nexus staff members give back to the community through our Head-First Helmet Program. Because many accidents result from play or leisure activities like biking, the program aims to educate the community on the consequences for not wearing protective gear while handing out helmets to children and adults.
The foundation also uses funds to purchase medical equipment and supplies for patients in the community who cannot afford what they need. These gifts, including dental implants and powerchairs, help patients continue their rehabilitation progression. Funds are also used to reimburse brain injury recovery research Nexus staff members conduct.
For more information on the Nexus Hope Foundation, please contact Nexus Health Systems’ VP of Human Resources, Kevin McAndrews.
*Information from the Center for Disease Control (CDC)
Nexus' NeuroContinuum sequence provides a range of care for those recovering from acquired or traumatic brain injuries and other complicated illnesses or diseases.
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