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Barrow reaches matching goal,
thanks to donors!

(January 2014) We have great news: With your support, Barrow Neurological Institute has tackled the CTN Triple Challenge—raising $100,000 by Dec. 31, 2014. In accomplishing this goal, we earned the additional $200,000 pledged by the directors of The Pelican Charitable Foundation, creators of this generous matching opportunity. 

This $300,000 goes toward a major expansion of the Center for Transitional NeuroRehabilitation (CTN) at Barrow Neurological Institute, an expansion that will double CTN’s space and enable it to treat twice as many patients suffering from traumatic brain injury. 

Since opening in 1986, the center has helped more than 800 patients regain the skills they need to return to productive, fulfilling lives. Space constraints at CTN have limited the number of patients who can be treated, meaning many others have had to be placed on a waiting list. This postpones the treatment so essential to successful recoveries.

Under the care of Pamela Klonoff, PhD, clinical director at CTN, and an interdisciplinary team of experts, many patients who’ve graduated from the program have made miraculous recoveries. With the help of CTN, they have adjusted to the challenges of a brain injury … regained their independence and dignity … and successfully transitioned to life at home, school or work. 

CTN is a place of intense rehabilitation, but more importantly, it is a place of hope—for patients and their families. Your generosity has helped us to spread that hope further. On behalf of our patients and their families, we extend our sincerest gratitude for your donation.

Your ongoing support of the CTN opens up a realm of possibilities for the enhancement of vital programs, services and resources for brain injury patients and their families. Please consider making an additional gift to help us continue to expand this amazing program.

 

 

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