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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.  This is a wonderful opportunity to show your support for survivors of brain injuries and their families.  If you are interested in attending the walk, please click on the link below for more information:

http://www.texaswalkforbraininjury.com/

TLC will be sending a team led by Music Therapist Amanda Gilbert to show support and to help raise funds for the Brain Injury Association.  If you would like to help Team TLC reach its fundraising goals, please click on the link below.  Every dollar counts!

http://biausa.donorpages.com/WalkHoustonTX15/TEAMTLC/

Learn about brain injury treatment services at the Transitional Learning Center: tlcrehab.org

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