Courage Center Seeks Award Nominations
Annual Award Spotlights Individuals Who Have Helped People with Disabilities
- By Laurie Watanabe
- Jan 12, 2010
The Courage Center, a rehabilitation and resource center headquartered in Minneapolis, is seeking nominations for its 2010 Courage Award.
The award recognizes a person's contributions to the health, welfare and rehabilitation of people with disabilities, the organization said. Former winners include Sen. Max Cleland, Michael Gravers, Christopher Reeve and - in 2009 - Jordan Thomas, a college student who, after losing both legs in a boating accident, created a self-named organization to help children with traumatic injuries.
Submit your suggestions by Feb. 6 to the Courage Center at couragecenter.org/natlcourageaward. The organization specializes in treating children and adults with brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and stroke, among other conditions.
Laurie Watanabe is the editor of Mobility Management. She can be reached at email@example.com.