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Chance to evaluate new brain injury program

Receive up to $100 to evaluate a program that teaches advocacy skills to parents of children with brain injury.

The Oregon Center for Applied Science (ORCAS) has teamed with the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA) and is looking for parents/guardians of a school-aged child with a brain injury to help them evaluate a web-based program on advocacy skills. The research begins in early 2007. You’ll receive up to $100.00 to spend approximately two hours viewing the program and completing three surveys. If you are interested in participating in this evaluation you can sign up on line.



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