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Brain Injury Association Seeking Focus Group Participants

The Brain Injury Association of America is producing new materials for the National Brain Injury Information Center (NBIIC) and Brain Injury Awareness Month 2007 that are to be focus-tested.

These materials will include a poster representing faces of people with brain injury and presenting the theme:  "Brain Injury:  As Diverse as We Are."  The poster will be accompanied by four fact sheets/vignettes of the people in the poster and include information and statistics on the leading causes of brain injury along with resources.  There will also be two booklets on behavioral issues following brain injury and a guide for families and caregivers.  The NBIIC is also producing a new booklet about children and brain injury to be disseminated to callers requesting information on brain injury and children.

The Brain Injury Association is recruiting persons with brain injury and their family members for individual interviews and focus groups.  Participants can not be employees or volunteers for the Brain Injury Association of America or its state affiliates.  Focus-group participants will be asked to review materials and then attend a 60-minute telephone meeting.  The individual interviews with persons with brain injury will take about 30-45 minutes. Each participant will receive $50 for participating.

If you are interested or know someone who would qualify and be willing
to participate, please  click here to register for focus testing of these new materials. 



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