The Baby Alex Foundation
Funding Cutting Edge Pediatric Brain Injury Research and Pediatric Brain Injury Patient and Family Support.
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THANK YOU to who participated in the Run 7 for 7!
You helped us raise over $2000 on Alex's birthday. We hope you enjoyed the run. THANK YOU!

Thank you Team MAD!
Congratulations to all of The Baby Alex Foundation team members, board members, staff and volunteers for being selected as the 2014 Team MAD fundraising recipient! Read more about Team MAD and their amazing work to support non-profits. Click here. To donate to one of our Team Baby Alex Foundation members who is running in the Hartford Half, please click here. Then locate Art Ross or Nicole Schmidt toward the bottom of the page. Our fundraising will continue until November 1.



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Welcome to The Baby Alex Foundation
The Baby Alex Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization which provides grants for pediatric brain injury research and pediatric brain injury patient and family support. This website is intended to serve as an information warehouse for patients and families living with brain damage, to provide hope and inspiration to anyone touched by pediatric brain injury, to inspire athletes to compete for our cause and to raise awareness and funds that will drive our grant giving and support. Thank you for visiting our website.

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Mission:

The Baby Alex Foundation is dedicated to support the neurological health of children. In pursuit of this goal, the Foundation raises funds for grants to researchers engaged in pediatric brain injury research, to include:

1. Brain injury prevention.
2. Brain injury rehabilitation.
3. Interventions for cognitive, motor and neurological impairments.
4. Patient and family education and support.


Goals:

1. To support the underfunded research into the causes, preventions, interventions and therapies that would
give newborns, babies, children and young adults who suffer brain injuries an improved prognosis.
2. To support pediatric brain injury patients and their families through the establishment of Alex's Libraries in NICU's and PICU's around the country.