Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center

Living a happy, fulfilling life goes beyond exceptional medical care. It includes caring for the whole person. We know that living with a neurological condition can mean day-to-day struggles.

At Norton Neuroscience Institute Resource Center, we want to improve your access to care, provide valuable information on managing your disease and address your quality of life issues.

Many neuroscience patients every year make use of the resource center.

The center can assist individuals and their families with:

  • Access to medical care
  • Prescription assistance
  • Disability
  • Employment concerns
  • Vocational rehab
  • Transportation issues
  • Financial challenges
  • Nutritional counseling

The resource center offers educational, therapeutic, support and exercise programs free of charge. Patient navigators are on staff to help patients and families. Patient navigation services are free and available as often as needed.

Patient Navigators

  • Are dedicated to movement disorders, multiple sclerosis and stroke
  • Educate patients and their family members about diagnoses, available treatments and management of disease
  • Coordinate care
  • Facilitate accurate and timely communication among patients and physicians
  • Connect patients and their family members with appropriate resources within the Norton Healthcare system and the community
  • Ensure patients have access to a multidisciplinary team-based approach to care
  • Identify and address barriers to timely and appropriate care

Support Groups

Sharing time with others who face similar struggles can help your emotional health. We offer the following support groups:

  • African-American MS group
  • Men’s neuro group
  • Women’s MS group
  • Young stroke survivors group
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