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Michigan Brain Injury Movie

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A young Michigan woman who survived a serious brain injury is featured in a movie that will be shown to teens all over the country.  It debuted the other night in Grand Rapids.  The movie was made to alert the public, and especially teenagers, about the seriousness of brain injuries and how a careless moment behind the wheel can alter a life forever.

It is movies like this one that are needed to educate the public about traumatic brain injuries and the lifelong affects they can have on brain injury survivors.  Most people simply have no concept of how a brain injury can completely alter a person's life and the tremendous struggle that it takes to attempt to return to a pre-injury condition. 

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