Sarah Palmer is the director of NeuroConnect and is passionate about helping improve the lives of people living with brain injury.

While starting undergraduate studies, Sarah’s grandfather sustained a brain injury which, according to doctors, resulted in Alzheimer’s disease. Having experienced the mistakes made by families unknowing about legal issues and rehabilitation, Sarah has become passionate about rehabilitation and the education of families through NeuroConnect Magazine and other initiatives.

Since her personal experience with brain injury, Sarah has completed her BA in Psychology and her Master’s degree in Counseling, specializing in Behavioural Neuroscience.

Sarah is Secretary for the Brain Injury Association of York Region (BIAYR).

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