The Mensa Education and Research Foundation celebrates the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation

Award recognizes outstanding work in the area of human intelligence
By: Mensa Education and Research Foundation
ARLINGTON, Texas - July 7, 2016 - PRLog -- The Mensa Foundation presented its Laura Joyner Award to the San Diego Brain Injury Foundation for their work in improving the quality of life for brain injury survivors and their families living in San Diego County. The award was presented at The Foundation's annual Colloquium held at the Town and Country Resort and Convention Center.

According to the SDBIF's website, every 23 seconds someone suffers a brain injury in the United States. In San Diego, 11,000 people annually are affected by traumatic Brain Injury. Although there are many medical facilities that help with the initial diagnosis and treatment, SDBIF addresses long-term needs by providing resources including free educational meetings, a brain injury guide, and a hotline with referral and support group information. Foundation Trustee Eldon Romney presented the award to SDBIF's Executive Staff members Stephanie Bidegain and Susan Hansen at the event.

The Mensa Education & Research Foundation Award program is designed to celebrate and encourage achievements in the research of giftedness, intelligence and creativity. For more information regarding the awards program or how to support the Foundation, please visit

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