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Volunteers needed for brain injury study on explaining traumatic brain injury to the community

Help to Explain Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) To The Community

Adults with TBI and their friends and/or family members who are 13 yrs. and older are needed to participate in a one-hour group discussion.

The program out of Baylor College of Medicine wants to help communities know more about TBI. They are looking for children who have parents with TBI.  The child needs to be between the ages of 13 and 18 years.

They are developing educational materials and you can help them with ideas about what helped you after your injury or the injury of your family member
or friend.  You will receive $20 for your face-to-face or telephone participation.

For additional information, or if you wish to be a part of the group discussion, contact:  Terri Hudler-Hull

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