Help Shape the Future of Brain Injury Care in Florida

The University of Florida BRAIN Center and Brain Injury Florida, in collaboration with the Florida Department of Health, are conducting a survey supported by a federal brain injury grant. We aim to identify the needs and challenges faced by Floridians with brain injuries, their caregivers, and their healthcare providers. Your responses will be crucial in developing the 2024 Florida State Plan for Brain Injury.

Who Can Participate?

  • Adults, 18 years and older, who have experienced a brain injury.
  • Family members or caregivers of individuals with brain injuries.
  • Medical, rehabilitation, or service providers who work with individuals with brain injuries.

Note: Individuals under 18 years cannot participate. If you are completing the survey regarding a child with a brain injury, it must be done by the caregiver, parent, or guardian of the child.

Adults 18 and older can help researchers at the University of Florida understand the needs and challenges faced by those affected by brain injuries. Your name and data will be kept confidential. Please see the below flyer for more information on this survey.

Take the survey here.

To learn more about the study, call or email Jessica Kirwan or submit your question here.