Brain Injury Services Journey Conference

Abrams Landau, Ltd. at Brain Injury Services Journey Conference 2017

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Our table at Brain Injury Services 2017 The Journey Conference. We had helmets, brains, videos and a contest!

Abrams Landau, Ltd. had the pleasure of sponsoring and exhibiting at this year’s Brain Injury Services (BIS) The Journey Conference for survivors of brain injury, stroke and concussion. The conference was special because it was not only for survivors of traumatic brain injury (TBI), but also for caregivers. The conference was a great opportunity for people to connect with other TBI survivors and caregivers, and it was filled with community resources and

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Attorney Doug Landau with our contest winner Julie! Can you believe there were 41 Lindt chocolates in the skull he’s holding?!

sessions where local experts in the field of rehabilitation discuss practical strategies survivors can use in real life.

Attorney Doug Landau was elated to see that several of our former and current clients were attendees at the event. He also had the opportunity to pop in on a few of the sessions and learned about music therapy and nutrition for the brain!

At our table, we were able to share with TBI survivors and caregivers about attorney Landau’s Lids on Kids, a brain injury prevention and helmet giveaway program for local public schools that Landau started in an effort to protect more children. As an avid athlete, Landau knows firsthand the importance of always wearing a helmet.

Contest winner Julie holds the bag of chocolates in our Lids on Kids Abrams Landau bag

We also had a contest for the conference attendees! The person with the closest guess as to how many pieces of chocolate were in the skull on our table won all the chocolate AND a $100 Amazon gift card! For all of you who were more eager to find out the number of chocolate pieces than actually winning the prizes, the total was… 41!

Since 1989, BIS “has provided innovative programs to assist children and adult survivors of brain injury, stroke, and concussion build the skills and confidence they need to lead productive and fulfilling lives. Brain Injury Services helps over 500 individuals and families through Northern Virginia each year and has built a reputation for being one of our area’s finest nonprofits.”

If you or someone you know has been injured due to the negligence of others and has suffered traumatic brain injury, please reach out to Brain Injury Services and Abrams Landau, Ltd. You can call us at 703-796-9555 or email us.