16th Annual Awards Dinner
This inspirational evening helped Rush NeuroBehavioral Center provide the best care and services to children, teens and young adults who live with brain-based academic, behavioral and social learning impairments.
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Rush NeuroBehavioral Center
Rush NeuroBehavioral Center empowers children, teens and young adults with social, emotional and learning challenges to build on their strengths and thrive in life and relationships. We live our mission through exceptional service, clinical and educational innovation and ground-breaking research. Twenty percent of children and adolescents live with some form of brain-based academic, developmental or social learning impairment.
In recent years, RNBC has partnered with the Chicago Public Schools, the Archdiocese schools and the Chicago Public Library, allowing them to reach even more young people. Today, RNBC is entering a new phase using translational research – the union of research and clinical treatment – that helps to better assess the social emotional strengths and weaknesses of patients and more effectively match them with appropriate and effective interventions.