Trudy Triumph's Neurogenic Bladder Blog

Yearly scholarships for those with neurogenic bladder and bowel

Dear Trudy

In 1994, Todd Brown was injured in a motocross accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down. In an instant, his whole world changed forever. Once he left the rehabilitation facility and transitioned back to living at home, Todd faced all kinds of new challenges and problems he’d never encountered before. Adjusting to the reality of life in a wheelchair was difficult. On top of that, he had difficulty finding a good medical supplies company that offered great service and understanding for people who were in situations like his own. A few years later, he created a company with the purpose of providing the best customer service and top-quality products that could help to improve others’ quality of life.

Since Todd has first-hand experience with understanding the financial challenges and burdens that those with specific medical conditions can face, he wanted to give young adults with these issues a chance to achieve their dreams, just like he has done in creating his own company.

Today, 180 Medical is proud to be able to offer an annual scholarship program that helps young adults get a quality education and move closer to their goals in life, despite their medical or financial hardships.

Scholarship Award

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible, applicants must be U.S. citizens who will be attending school in the U.S. full-time in the fall for their associate, undergraduate, or graduate degree. All applicants must be under a doctor’s care for spina bifida, a spinal cord injury, transverse myelitis, a condition causing neurogenic bladder, or an ostomy (ileostomy, urostomy, or colostomy).

Application Deadline

The 180 Medical Scholarship Program runs from January 1 – June 1. All materials must be postmarked by June 1st. All of the application information can be found on our scholarship website: www.180medical.com/scholarships.

Thank you for sharing this scholarship with your followers. Together, we may be able to make a difference in someone’s life!

Sincerely,

Kieranne Nelms