2016 Courage Dinner
Neurological Recovery House (NRH) will be hosting the 3nd annual Courage dinner and program. The event will include dinner, speakers, a silent auction, and dancing to raise funds to support the local NRH.
Registration is required (see below). All participants of the event will be served dinner.
6:00p Check-in, Social, Silent Auction Start
7:30 Inspirational Speaker and Olympian Mallory Weggemann
To purchase tickets and for more information please see the 2016 Courage Event Dinner event page
Join us in establishing and maintaining The Neurological Recovery House. You will be part of creating a lasting legacy for the advancement of compassionate care for people recovering from neurological illness/injury and their families. Together we can build a truly hospitable community.
Our Mission and Vision
To promote healing through hospitality and peer support in a high quality and affordable home-like setting for people with neurologic conditions and their caregivers during medical care.
The Neurological Recovery House in Rochester, MN will pioneer a successful service model of hospitality services, inspiring the creation of a network of Neurological Recovery Houses.
Fulfill the need
The Neurological Recovery House will address the pressing, unmet need for affordable lodging for family members of patients undergoing extended neurological treatment.
Neurologic illnesses/injuries can require several days, weeks to months from initial hospitalization through rehabilitation and recovery.
Long term hospitalizations can cause stress on the patient’s support system both financially and emotionally.
A caring Solution
The Neurological Recovery House will provide:
- Affordable, homelike setting for families and patients with neurological illness/injury
- Enhanced access to high quality medical services
- The support of other families in similar situations
This first-of-its-kind home will serve patients and family members dealing with many issues across the spectrum of neurological illness and injuries, such as:
- Spinal cord injury and other paralyzing conditions
- Multiple sclerosis
- Traumatic brain injury
- Brain tumors
- Chronic pain
- Parkinson’s disease
- Lou Gehrig’s disease