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Deadline extended for The George Washington University Master's Brain Injury Certification Program

I have been requested to forward the following announcement from The George Washington University Graduate Acquired Brain Injury Certification Program.  I have been honored to be a guest lecturer at this program for the past several semesters and have viewed first hand what a great program they offer.

The George Washington University, in Washington D.C., offers graduate level programs for professional preparation in brain injury and has been a leader in this field since 1992.  Ourprograms are fully accredited by the National Council on Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and highly ranked by the Council on Exceptional Children (CEC).

We have extended our deadline and are currently accepting applications for limited spaces remaining for the fall, 2009 semester in the following programs:

1.  Master's Degree in Transition Special Education with emphasis in Acquired Brain Injury (42-48 credits) offered at the main campus only; 2.  Graduate Certificate in Brain Injury: Educational and Transition Services (15 credits) offered at the main campus; and 3. Graduate Certificate in Brain Injury: Educational and Transition Services (15 credits) offered by distance education for those participants living 50 miles or more from Washington D.C.

All programs have federal grant funding for tuition support available to qualified applicants, pending approval from the U.S. Department of Education.

For further information, contact:
1.  Monija Amani, Project Director for the Graduate Certificate program, at  202-973-1032 
2.  Dr. Zavolia (Zee) Willis, Project Director for the Master's Degree program, at 202-973-108 or

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Accidents occurs unknowingly and we can be victims of brain injury at any moment of our life. There is nothing more disastrous than getting a brain injury. Brain injury is totally different from other injuries as it cannot be seen and curing without seeing is really difficult. Besides the period of treatment is very long. It may take few years or it may take many years to cure brain injury depending upon the injuries (major and minor). So it would be wise to get an attorney for the right treatment as well as to get monetary compensation.

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