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Help to explain traumatic brain injury to the community

The Rehabilitation Reseach and Training Center On Community Integration of Persons With Traumatic Brain Injury wants to help communities know more about TBI.  They are looking for persons with TBI, their family and friends (13 years and older) to complete a survey on-line and/or be willing to become a part of a focus group to discuss increasing community awareness of TBI and reducing attitudinal barriers.  The on-line survey can be found by clicking here.

By completing the survey you will be assisting the RRTC in completing its project goal of designing educational materials in English and Spanish that can be used by persons with TBI to inform persons within their community about brain injury.

If you wish to be a part of a face-to-face or telephone focus group, contact Terri Hudler-Hall at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas.  These groups will
consist of persons with TBI, their family, and friends. These one-hour conversations will be held over the phone or in person and will be recorded for accuracy. Participants will receive $20 for their involvement in a face-to-face or telephone focus group. 




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