Tuesday, August 25, 2015  ·  Posted by Rochette Dahler, President

In the United States, over 14 million children, roughly 5% of the population, suffer from Pediatric Neurological Conditions (PNCs). Researchers from the Pediatric Brain Foundation, in an attempt to shed more light on this important issue and catalogue some information regarding awareness of PNCs, disseminated a survey to the Central New Jersey area, known as the NeuroSurvey. The follow-up analysis on the results of the aforementioned survey are contained within this report.

Sunday, August 17, 2014  ·  Posted by Alex Richmond, Executive Director
Tampa Bay Rays Manager, Joe Maddon, Sporting a CNS Foundation Tee
A special thanks to Tampa Bay Rays manager, Joe Maddon, for sporting a CNS Foundation Tee during his post game press conference on August 16, 2014... THANKS JOE!!!
Tuesday, July 1, 2014  ·  Posted by Lindsey Wiltse, Communications and Program Coordinator
Read below to watch the trailer for "Keep the Change". This film was shown at the 2014 Sprout Film Festival and highlights love and connection between two individuals attending a support group for those with developmental disabilities. CNS Foundation spoke with director Rachel Israel and Tangerine Entertainment about the making the film, what they have learned, and about turing the short into a feature film.
Thursday, June 19, 2014  ·  Posted by Lindsey Wiltse, Communications and Program Coordinator
"The Princess Panda Tea Party" is a Cerebral Palsy fairy tale that gives children a story that they can picture themselves in. CNS Foundation was lucky enough to get a copy in advance of printing and is impressed by the work done by author Jewel Kats to bring stories about all different types of children to the forefront. Read more to learn more about "The Princess Panda Tea Party" and watch a short video showing how Jewel Katz is bringing representation to the forefront.
Monday, June 2, 2014  ·  Posted by Lindsey Wiltse, Communications and Program Coordinator
June 2014 marks the second annual Hydranencephaly Awareness Month!