Understanding the IEP/504: An Interview with School Psychologist Jim Hubbard

Mar 13, 2018, Posted in Awareness, Community, NF1

The following interview was conducted on November 13, 2017 with Jim Hubbard, a school psychologist and counselor, by Kate Kelts, RN, BSN, patient support coordinator for the Children’s Tumor Foundation. Jim has 33 years of experience as a school psychologist working with children and families, as well as living with NF1 himself. This resource is meant to serve as a resource for parents beginning the process of advocating for their child’s education.

State Representative Robert Cole Sprague Presents First Signed Law Declaring May as NF Awareness Month in the State of Ohio

Mar 12, 2018, Posted in Awareness, Latest News, Press Release

Whereas dozens of states approve proclamations each year, Governor John Kasich signed first law in the country recognizing awareness of genetic disorder

In Your Community

Jan 29, 2018, Posted in Awareness, Community, Fundraiser, NF Walk

It’s cold outside! These chilly winter days are a great time to reflect upon a number of the NF Walks that took place during the warmer autumn months of August and September. Thanks to all of the participants, volunteers, organizers, and donors who made these events, and all the 2017 NF Walks, so impactful!

Children’s Tumor Foundation Launches I Know a Fighter 5K Tour

NEW YORK, NY – January 17, 2018 – The temperatures outside may still be in the single digits, but the Children’s Tumor Foundation is looking forward to warmer days ahead, with the announcement of an exciting new 5K race tour called the “I Know a Fighter 5K” to raise awareness and funds for the genetic disorder neurofibromatosis, or NF, which causes tumors to grow on nerves throughout the body. The I Know a Fighter 5Ks will take place in 10 cities across the United States starting this spring.


My Story: Accepting NF and Living My Life

Jan 12, 2018, Posted in Awareness, NF Hero, NF1

By Bailey Archer

It started when I was 12 years old. At least, that’s how it felt. Even though I have had this my entire life. Around the time school was out for the summer, I visited a doctor and found out I had this. Now, you’re probably asking yourself: “What is ‘this?'” Well, let me tell you. This ‘thing’ I have is a disorder called neurofibromatosis. Long word right? We also call it NF, so it’s easier on those who can’t pronounce it or spell it. It took me a long time.

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