Saturday, December 20, 2008

The Sarah Jane Brain Foundation has been taking some innovative and exciting steps to support research that will help children who suffer pediatric brain injuries.

Today, they announced the formation of a legal advisory board.

The Sarah Jane Brain Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to assist in the research of new developments for children suffering from pediatric acquired brain injury (PABI) and the rehabilitation of these children, today announced the formation of a Legal, Regulatory and Finance Committee of its National Advisory Board. This Legal Committee will join the other Members of the National Advisory Board on January 8-9 in New York City to participate in the first National Acquired Brain Injury (PABI) Conference and Dinner (see below invitation).

The goals of the Legal Committee will be to review all of the legal, regulatory and financial issues facing the millions of children and their families suffering from PABI and the critical issues to implement and fund the first-ever National PABI Plan (criminal justice, family law, special education, Medicaid/health insurance, estate planning, personal injury/tort law, intellectual property/personal privacy, medical and bioethics, and many more).

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