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Florida Hospital Sports Concussion Program:

Florida Hospital Parkinson’s Disease Outreach Center:

Alzheimer’s Association of Florida:

Central Florida Brain Injury Support Group:

Adaptive Mobility (Driving Evaluations):

American Pain Society

American Chronic Pain Association (ACPA)

Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (RSDSA)

American RSDHope Organization

American Pain Foundation

National Headache Foundation

Mayday Fund [For Pain Research]

International Research Foundation for RSD/CRPS


What is Pediatric Neuropsychology?

What is Clinical Neuropsychology?

Reading Resources:

Handwriting Resources:

Pediatric Behavioral and Psychological Interventions



Brain Tumors/Cancer


Traumatic Brain Injury/Concussion

Spanish Resources:

American Cancer Society

Audience: Patients, family members and professionals. Offers Spanish language option through their toll-free number: 800-227-2345, press option “9”. Their website is also accessible in Spanish as are several of their publications. Visit or and click “informacion en espanol” (top right side of the page)

Bloch Cancer Foundation

Audience: Patients Provides patients and family members with cancer-related information and support in Spanish, including a publication called, Luchando Contra el Cancer. Call 800-433-0464 or


Audience: Patients, family members and professionals Offers a variety of their Cancer Care Briefs in Spanish including Communicating with Your Doctor, Talking to Your Children about Cancer and Strengthening the Spirit. They also have social workers fluent in Spanish who provide counseling, resources, run support groups, teleconferences and online groups. Call 800-813-HOPE (4673) or visit

Candlelighters Childhood Cancer Foundation

Audience: Children with cancer and their parents Offers La Fantastica Hannah! Miren todo lo que puedo hacer! by Amy Klett and Dave Klett, a picture book designed for preschoolers who have cancer. Includes information about childhood brain tumors. Call 800-366-2223 or visit

Caring Connections

Audience: Patients and family members Offers a Spanish Helpline at 877-658-8896 to provide information on hospice and palliative care, pain, grief, financial planning, and patient advocacy. Offers downloadable materials in Spanish on hospice, palliative care and end of life issues at

Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services

Audience: Patients Government publications explaining Medicare and Medicaid are available in Spanish. Call 800-633- 4227 visit or

Medline Plus: Cancer del Cerebro

Audience: Patients and family members A service of the U.S. National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health. Offers this section on brain tumors, plus access to a broad range of health and medical topics at

National Alliance for Hispanic Health

Audience: Patients and family Provides several disease-specific fact sheets in Spanish, along with a family helpline for those speaking Spanish. Call the helpline at 202-387-5000 or visit

Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

Audience: Parents Offers free patient educational and resource material for families in Spanish. To order call 800-253- 6530 or visit