Our Central Mission
The central mission of the National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN) Foundation is to educate and inform the public about news and developments that benefit and promote brain health. The human brain weighs a mere three pounds yet it is the wellspring of human creativity, emotions, ...
Understanding Brain Injury
The National Academy of Neuropsychology Foundation is committed to leading brain injury research and treatment. The causes of brain injury, especially traumatic brain injury, can be found in athletics, car accidents and combat to name a few...
Helping Families
It seems fair to say that most people believe that brain injuries and brain diseases are things that happen to other people. That’s one of the reasons why the popular press calls brain injury a silent epidemic. The truth is that thousands of people sustain brain injuries...
NeuroNews:
New study finds link between traumatic brain injury and Alzheimer's ... Read Article
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Working to educate the public to the risk of concussion and sports
Sports Concussion
Working to educate the public to the risk of concussion and sports
The NAN Foundation is leading the way on better understanding and treating athletic related brain injury.
Watch and learn with the latest Foundation Videos
Dementia Video
Watch and learn with the latest Foundation Videos
The NAN Foundation is investing in a wide variety of media to bring the latest information on brain disorders and their treatment strategies to the American public.
Helping them to understand and recover from combat related brain injury
Working With Warrior Families
Helping them to understand and recover from combat related brain injury
The NAN Foundation is dedicated to helping our warrior families deal with PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury.
Your resource for the latest information on memory disorders and their treatment
Dementia and memory loss
Your resource for the latest information on memory disorders and their treatment
Dementia is one of the most rapidly growing brain disorders in the world.
Educating the public about Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Educating the public about Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can happen to anyone at anytime. Everyday occurrences like auto accidents, falls, crime, workplace accidents and sports injury can cause TBI.
Learn how to have optimum brain health
Brain Health
Learn how to have optimum brain health
The National Academy of Neuropsychology Foundation has the resources to help you keep your brain healthy and safe.

Traumatic Brain Injury in the Military

Traumatic Brain Injury Causes

Projected Alzheimers in Millions