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Quality of Life After Brain Injury - How Much Does It Cost?

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Tonight - Ken Collins will interview Lori Dunnihoo, Program Manager at the Uhlhorn Apartments Program in Eugene, Oregon.  Ken will also interview Donna Quesinberry and Tracey Ann Miller about the cost of their family members in expensive for-profit brain injury programs being paid form by Workers Comp claims to get a comparison of what these programs cost and what kind of servcies are being provided.  The Uhlhorn Apartmnets Program was the first brain injury transitional living program in the United States in 1990 and was developed as an alternative to New Medico and other large for-profit brain injury rehabilitation businesses who were abusing people with brain injuries in their obscenely expensive programs. The program cost at the Uhlhorn Apartments is $1,200 a month per resident while the programs Donna's son was in charged him $600,000 a year while Tracey Ann Miller's brother is being charged $160,000 a year.  Come and join Ken, Lori, Donna and Tracey as we do a comparison of services to decide how much it costs for a having a Quality of Life in the $100 Billion Brain Injury Industry today.