Angels For Andrew Receives Local Media Attention!

Angels For Andrew Receives Local Media Attention!

In a special report, “Inside the Story,” with Dan Rascon from KUTV Channel 4, Andrew Shatterfield and his parents, along with the Executive Director of BIAU George Gehling will be sharing a message of hope to viewers.

This program will air during the first week of April. We will be sure to announce the exact day and time in the coming days. While Andrew’s journey has been the result of a great catastrophe, we are grateful to his family for sharing his experience to encourage others to prevent brain injuries by wearing a helmet, and inspire hope for never ending improvement, regardless of circumstances.

In a special report, “Inside the Story,” with Dan Rascon from KUTV Channel 2, Andrew Shatterfield and his parents, along with the Executive Director of BIAU George Gehling will be sharing a message of hope to viewers. This program will air during the first week of April. We will be sure to announce the exact day and time in the coming weeks. While Andrew’s journey has been the result of a great catastrophe, we are grateful to his family for sharing his experience. We hope this encourages others to wear the proper helmet for your activity, and inspire hope for never ending improvement, regardless of circumstances. To watch Andrew’s progress, visit our facebook page.

Other media highlights from this month include:

1. George Gehllng and this year’s Conference Keynote Speaker Alison Delgado were featured on the Salt Lake Community College television show, Community Roundtable, discussing brain injury issues. Click here to watch.

2. Public radio’s KUER features special guest, George Gehling about the significance of Governor Herbert’s decree recognizing Brain Injury Awareness Month.

3. Radio stations 97.9 FM, 103.1 FM and 1430 AM interviewed our Executive Director, George Gehling for their weekend show, “Utah Insights.”

Our objective is to continue to raise community awareness about brain injury and its challenges and to promote brain injury prevention.