Kindred Foundation is a proud funder of the Mabbott Lab at the Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids) in Toronto, Canada.
The lab is led by Dr. Don Mabbott who is dedicated to understanding brain development for children with brain injury and more specifically, childhood cancer brain tumour survivors. The lab is conducting impressive research into understanding how physical activity can promote brain repair and cognitive recovery.
Funding the Fit ABCS online Portal
Developed in the Mabbott Lab  at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), Fit ABCS is an online portal that aims to promote brain repair for childhood brain tumour survivors by fostering physical activity. The Fit ABCS portal was jointly funded by Kindred Foundation (with the donation provided through Coast to Coast Against Cancer Foundation) and the Garron Family Cancer Centre. Kindred Foundation was pleased to be able to support Dr. Don Mabbott, Senior Scientist in the Neurosciences & Mental Health program at SickKids, and his team, in the development of this tool for children and youth who have survived brain tumours.
What does the Fit ABCS online portal include?
What are the next steps for Fit ABCS?