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Walk for Brain Injury

The Brain Injury Association of America-Texas Division will be hosting a Walk for Brain Injury on Saturday, May 2 at Discovery Green in Houston.  The Transitional Learning Center is proud to be a sponsor of the Walk.  101 more words


Hall County woman has come long way since 2006 near-fatal wreck

The journey to recovery has been slow for Brittany Walters, but the milestones are coming, one by one, for the Hall County woman.

“She has been just headstrong ever since she came home from the hospital,” said her mother, Tina Walters, of Northwest Hall. 28 more words

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Prom for special-needs folks returns for third year

HENDERSON, Ky. – Prom is one of the most storied rites of passage in high school, with girls in their flowing gowns and boys in their tuxedos along with dancing and pageantry. 49 more words

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Fight over, 'pot mom' makes plans to move from Minnesota

Angela Brown was ready for her day in court. Ready to fight a misdemeanor charge that she endangered her sick child by giving him a few drops of marijuana oil. 95 more words

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Man charged in death of boy: Child suffered brain injuries, facial bruising

SHEBOYGAN (WITI) — A Sheboygan County man says he was just playing with his fiancee’s son, but that four-year-old boy died while in his care. Now, what was first described as an accidental death involving horseplay, is being investigated as a homicide. 43 more words

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Napa teen with head injury comes home

Quintos Sallay, the Napa teen who suffered a major head injury two months ago when he fell from a tree, returned to his Napa home Thursday.Sallay, 15, still faces another surgery to replace part of his skull, but his recovery has been dramatic. 89 more words

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The Secrets of Concussions Revealed...

“End Concussions with a Bang” is the title to an awareness program designed to reveal what needs to be addressed regarding concussions. This awareness will not only help to protect the particular athletes involved in sports where concussions are prevalent, but also inform parents, coaches, and nearly everyone involved in the athlete’s life about multiple areas of concussions and brain injuries alike. 569 more words