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Did you know that your charitable donations can have twice the impact without costing you extra? Many companies offer corporate matching programs that make this possible! At Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation, we encourage you to take advantage of corporate matching opportunities and maximize your support for those affected by neurological conditions. Let's explore how corporate matching works and how it can help us make a difference together!more
As the year comes to a close, it's time to tap into the spirit of giving. Giving Tuesday, a global generosity movement, shines a spotlight on organizations that make a significant impact in their communities. Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation is excited to participate in this year's Giving Tuesday, and we invite you to join us in supporting our cause!more
If you're looking for a way to give back to your community and help those living with chronic neurological conditions, look no further than the Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation. This nonprofit is dedicated to providing resources and support to those affected by neurological disorders. There are many ways that you can get involved with the ANF and make a difference in people's lives. We'll outline some of those ways in this blog post.more
Welcome to the Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation (ANF), where we are dedicated to advancing neurological care and support for individuals and families in need. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on the generosity and support of our community to achieve our fundraising goals. Today, we will explore four meaningful ways you can contribute to our cause and help us reach our fundraising target this year.more
Welcome to the Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation (ANF), where we believe in providing comprehensive support and care to individuals and families affected by neurological conditions. At ANF, we understand that navigating the complexities of healthcare and finding the necessary resources can be overwhelming. In this article, we will discuss the significance of client accessibility and how the ANF is dedicated to offering assistance through fundraising ideas, financial help, and fostering a culture of giving.more
I have been a patient at MSCA since 2001 when it opened. What stood out the most was the friendliness of the staff and their dedication to treating patients with a difficult disease. They were professional and compassionate and listened to my needs. MSCA is like a family - living with a chronic illness is difficult, but having professionals that care allows you to have the confidence that you are getting the best possible care.
Meet Terry Hord, MS Advocate & MSCA Patient
My twin sister, Tammy, and I were happy, healthy, and active children, yet there were symptoms and signs of MS as young as 10 years old. We both had terrible tingling and pain in our legs after playing as kids, and as teenagers, we found it difficult to complete the warmup running laps around the football field on our tennis team.
As we grew older and went to college, our symptoms changed and increased. We learned to deal with fatigue, body tingling, and visual changes. The following years were filled with significant moments for the two of us – marriage, the birth...more
Kathryn Hastings joined the MSCA team as our Patient Navigator in November 2021. She is excited to fill this newly created role helping recently diagnosed patients by providing education, resources, and emotional support.
Kathryn earned her nursing degree from the University of Massachusetts Boston in 2011. She began her career at Piedmont Hospital Atlanta on the neurological unit alongside Dr. William Stuart, Dr. Douglas Stuart, Dr. Jeffery English, and Dr. Lawrence Seiden. Kathryn was thrilled in August 2019 when the opportunity presented itself to work with them again at MSCA as a telephone triage nurse. She is ANCC board certified as a Geriatric Nurse and has nine years of experience in neurology, oncology, and women’s health.
To make an appointment with Kathryn please call 404-351-0205 x...more
The Multiple Sclerosis Center of Atlanta is thrilled to introduce the newest member to our team of talented providers!
Kendyl Coleman, MSN, APRN, FNP-C
Kendyl is a 2020 graduate of Emory University. She joins us from Atlanta Plus Urgent Care, with a professional background in mental health nursing and research. She will be an incredible benefit to our comprehensive care model. Kendyl’s primary focus is Parkinson’s Disorder care.more
The Multiple Sclerosis Center of Atlanta is thrilled to introduce two new members to our team of talented providers! First up...
Dr. Jorge Juncos, MD
Dr. Juncos is a graduate of Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons and has been practicing neurology for over 40 years. He joins us from Emory University School of Medicine in which he served as associate professor and neurologist specializing in Parkinson’s and Movement Disorder. Dr. Juncos is available to provide care to patients with Parkinson's and Movement Disorders and is accepting new patients.more
Lisa Lebovitz, Director of Development
Ivanna Martinez has been in the beauty industry as a professional makeup artist for 10 years. She has worked with multiple brands and companies including MAC, Sephora, NARS, and Anastasia Beverly Hills. She began having symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis including tremors, stiffness in her hands, pain, numbness, and lack of coordination in 2013 and was diagnosed with MS in 2018.
She overcame these obstacles through trial and error so that she could apply makeup every day, regardless of her MS. Join her for tips, tricks, and tutorials on how to apply makeup when you are experiencing tremors.
We are thrilled to offer this event at no charge and in partnership with the Parkinson's Foundation.more
Lisa Lebovitz, Director of Development
The Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation team had a blast at the 38th Magnolia Run and Walk for Epilepsy this past weekend! We love to support our partners in care and were so happy to see such a great turnout for the Epilepsy Foundation of Georgia. We're already looking forward to an even bigger team of our staff and patients next year. See you there!
If you're in need of epilepsy care, give our clinic a call at 404-351-0205. Our team of epilepsy specialists led by Dr. Lawrence Seiden is ready to see you.more
Welcome to the Atlanta Neuroscience Foundation! We are in the process of building our website and will have many interesting articles to share in the coming months. Please stay tuned to this page for information to come. And if you have any questions about our mission, how to support us, or want to reach out, we would love for you to stop by our contact page.