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The University of Miami KiDZ Neuroscience Center is dedicated to reducing the number of children and adolescents that sustain brain and spinal cord injuries.

Our programs provide "safety through the ages" - safety education for each stage of your child's growing years, making physical well-being a fun, daily activity.

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Welcome to the KiDZ Neuroscience Center.

The University of Miami KiDZ Neuroscience Center is dedicated to reducing the number of children and adolescents that sustain brain and spinal cord injuries.

Our programs provide "safety through the ages" - safety education for each stage of your child's growing years, making physical well-being a fun, daily activity.

Click on a program icon to learn more:

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KiDZ Neuroscience Center Task Force 2018

Thank you once again to all our friends and partners who came to our 2018 Task Force. For those that were not able to make it, please check out the gallery and our livestream on Facebook.

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Ray Allen & Mack Cycle Giant Bicycle Giveaway | Homestead Middle School

25 Homestead Middle School students are now the lucky owners of brand-new bicycles, thanks to Ray Allen's Ray of Hope Foundation, Giant Bicycles, Mack Cycle & Fitness, and our own BikeSafe Program. These students – rewarded for their academic achievements – are now empowered with a healthy way to get to school, work, and have fun.

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News

Reflections of Bike to Work Day

For Bike to Work Week, we’re taking a look at this year’s Florida Bike Month events as seen through the eyes of KiDZ Neurosicence Center staff member, Kurt Kaminer: On one day of every year, traffic on US-1 gets passed by something that isn’t the Metrorail: A huge group of happy, cheery bicycle riders on […]

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National Bike to School Day 2018 | Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center

Another year, another fantastic National Bike to School Day! This time, we returned once again to Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center, where the students love bicycle riding - and ride really quickly! Many thanks to the school, Mack Cycle & Fitness, the Miami Beach PD, and NBC 6 for helping to make this event a success!

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WalkSafe Poster Contest Winners – Miami-Dade Ceremony

Choosing the winners of our WalkSafe Poster Contest is no easy task, but the talents of these three young artists did not go unnoticed!

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Photos & Videos

KiDZ Neuroscience Center Task Force 2018

Thank you once again to all our friends and partners who came to our 2018 Task Force. For those that were not able to make it, please check out the gallery and our livestream on Facebook.

Read More »

Photos & Videos

Ray Allen & Mack Cycle Giant Bicycle Giveaway | Homestead Middle School

25 Homestead Middle School students are now the lucky owners of brand-new bicycles, thanks to Ray Allen's Ray of Hope Foundation, Giant Bicycles, Mack Cycle & Fitness, and our own BikeSafe Program. These students – rewarded for their academic achievements – are now empowered with a healthy way to get to school, work, and have fun.

Read More »

News

Reflections of Bike to Work Day

For Bike to Work Week, we’re taking a look at this year’s Florida Bike Month events as seen through the eyes of KiDZ Neurosicence Center staff member, Kurt Kaminer: On one day of every year, traffic on US-1 gets passed by something that isn’t the Metrorail: A huge group of happy, cheery bicycle riders on […]

Read More »

Photos & Videos

National Bike to School Day 2018 | Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center

Another year, another fantastic National Bike to School Day! This time, we returned once again to Fienberg-Fisher K-8 Center, where the students love bicycle riding - and ride really quickly! Many thanks to the school, Mack Cycle & Fitness, the Miami Beach PD, and NBC 6 for helping to make this event a success!

Read More »

Photos & Videos

WalkSafe Poster Contest Winners – Miami-Dade Ceremony

Choosing the winners of our WalkSafe Poster Contest is no easy task, but the talents of these three young artists did not go unnoticed!

Read More »


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