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Thursday, May 16, 2024 | 960 | 0


Centre for Neuro Skills and Kids Chance of California work together to provide educational scholarships for children of injured workers

Bakersfield, Calif. (May 16, 2024) Centre for Neuro Skills (CNS), a leading provider of traumatic and acquired brain injury rehabilitation services, announced its Silver Sponsorship of Kids Chance of California (KCOCA). Kids Chance, a national organization, provides scholarships and support to children of workers injured on the job.

While Centre for Neuro Skills focuses on providing brain injury rehabilitation to its patients, we also realize the impact a brain injury can have on families and want to do our part in supporting them too, said Dane Taylor, national director of payor relations. With the right resources, funding and rehabilitation, families and children of injured workers can navigate life after injury with greater support and hope for their futures.

The sponsorship of Kids Chance of California will provide more opportunities and pathways for children of injured workers to access higher education. In April, CNS participated in the Strikes for a Cause bowling event for workers compensation professionals in Dublin, Calif., raising more than $5,000 for KCOCA educational scholarships. As a Silver Sponsor, CNS will continue to participate in and sponsor a variety of fundraising events in collaboration with KCOCA throughout the next year.

Through individualized, goal-oriented therapy, CNS has helped thousands of patients return to work and offered guidance through the workers compensation continuum of care treatment system. CNS works closely with injured workers who have experienced a traumatic brain injury to help them rebuild their life skills and return to independence.


About Centre for Neuro Skills

Centre for Neuro Skills is an experienced and respected world leader in providing intensive rehabilitation and medical programs for those recovering from all types of brain injury. CNS covers a full spectrum of advanced care from residential and assisted living to outpatient/day treatment. Founded by Dr. Mark Ashley in 1980, CNS has seven locations in California and Texas.?For more information about Centre for Neuro Skills, visit neuroskills.com, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube. For a video overview of CNS, visit our YouTube channel.

Media, please note: Visual assets, including photos, are available. To request an interview with CNS leadership or clinical staff, please contact Robin Carr at 415.766.0927 or CNS@landispr.com.