Community Service Award

 

Tell us about a neuropsychologist making a difference in your community

While some MNS members make our contributions through research and teaching, and some through policy and advocacy efforts, others quietly use their skills to make our communities better places.

Do you know someone who volunteers their time and skills to make a difference? Maybe they provide pro bono evaluation to people who would not otherwise be able to access service, or provide training and supervision to “frontline” community workers.

We are looking for nominations for a Community Service Award to be presented at the next MNS Science Symposium.

Please contact Stephanie Monaghan-Blout (smonaghan@nesca-newton.com), Mary Coakley-Welch (coakleywelch@verizon.net) or Michelle Imber (michelle.imber@gmail.com) with suggestions.

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