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The CORE Commitment

CORE provides an activity based neurorecovery program to optimize the function, health, and independence for clients with spinal cord injuries and related disorders.

CORE News

CORE Welcomes New Executive Director

11/20/2015

Malerie Murphy will join CORE as the Executive Director effective December 7, 2015. Malerie has six years of experience in the field of neurorecovery and opened CORE in 2011. She comes to us from the University of Florida where she has been working as the administrator to the Chair in the Department of Medicine within the College of […]

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Ask-A-CORE-Trainer Series

9/5/2014

It seems like every day at CORE we get questions from clients and families regarding a variety of topics, so we’ve decided to start a video series in an effort to answer some of these questions. The question for this edition of Ask-A-CORE-Trainer comes from Lenette Few, wife of client Lorenzo. She is a champion […]

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Stephanie M.: CORE’s MVP

3/25/2014

Stephanie M., who has Cerebral Palsy, set a goal in December of 2013 to walk from 3rd base to home plate during a Children’s Miracle League baseball game. Stephanie worked for three months at CORE to prepare herself for the game on March 8, 2014. She kept her progress a secret from those closest to […]

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How You Can Help

The mission of the CORE Foundation is to provide needed financial support and education for individuals with spinal cord injuries and other neurological conditions to participate in an activity-based recovery program.