Adam Michael Rosen Foundation makes $100,000 grant to BTN.

The Adam Michael Rosen Foundation, an Orlando-based charity dedicated to helping fight cancer by supporting families and patients afflicted by the disease, has awarded a $100,000 grant to Brain Tumor Network. The Rosen Foundation’s grant will specifically support social services, a unique and critical facet of BTN’s services. In addition to providing nurse navigation services, BTN’s unique co-navigation model also provides social work navigators to each patient, who address psychosocial concerns including helping patients access in-person and virtual support groups, locating financial and other assistance, and supporting patients and their families with the varying emotions and complications arising from a brain cancer diagnosis.

“We are extremely excited and very honored to partner with the Adam Michael Rosen Foundation,” says Rick Sontag, President of Brain Tumor Network. “The Rosens know firsthand the impact that a brain tumor diagnosis has on a family, and their incredible generosity will help thousands of families receive the support and services they need to get the best care possible.”

The grant was made in honor and memory of Adam Michael Rosen, the Foundation’s namesake, who dedicated his short, yet impactful life to improving the world around him. Adam’s family created the Adam Michael Rosen Foundation to continue his legacy and ensure that families have the support they need as they navigate life after a cancer diagnosis.  

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