The University of Colorado Neurology
Supportive and Palliative Care Program holds a vision of a world where high
quality patient and family-centered care for persons affected by neurological
illnesses is the rule rather than the exception. Towards this end, we have dedicated ourselves
to providing outstanding team-based care to patients regardless of ability to
pay, groundbreaking research, training the next generation of leaders in this
field and community advocacy.
Since our first clinic in 2013, our program
has benefitted from the generous donations of grateful patients, families, and
philanthropists interested in raising the standards of care for neurologic
disease. Potential reasons to give to
the University of Colorado Neurology Supportive and Palliative Care Program
To honor a loved one who benefitted
from our clinic and services.
To allow us to maintain clinical
programs and services that are not covered by medical insurance and to continue
our commitment to provide care to anyone who needs our services regardless of
insurance status or ability to pay.
To allow us to create and expand the
services we provide to patients, families, and the community. This could include classes, art-based
therapies, and financial/legal advising.
To fund the training of the next
generation of physicians, researchers, and other providers who can take this
work to underserved areas and new levels of excellence.
To accelerate our research and allow
us to tackle new ideas, fund new investigators, create more powerful collaborations,
and complete ongoing projects faster.
For more information on giving a gift
to the University of Colorado Neurology Supportive
and Palliative Care Program, please contact Carrie Radant at 303-724-9146.