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KARRN Conference Registration is now open

Frances Hollis Brain Foundation Supports KARRN Project
We would like to thank the Frances Hollis Brain Foundation for recently funding a small KARRN grant that will allow us to purchase adaptive health equipment for individuals with disabilities in Appalachia.

Please follow the link to a new SCI resource handout: “Health Considerations in Spinal Cord Injury: A Handbook for People with SCI, which was collaboratively developed by Dr. Sara Salles of the University of Kentucky, Dr. Michael Stillman of the University of Louisville, and Alison Smith of the University of Louisville.

Please click to see the current KARRN Membership list.  I would like to thank all of our members for their continued support and participating in our organization.

Check out our partners at the KATS network here

Mission Statement: A collaborative team including individuals impacted by neurological conditions, providers who can serve them, members of communities in which they live, advocates and researchers who investigate these impairments will identify, develop and disseminate information and strategies, and maximize resources to improve outcomes and quality of life.