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Still Friends? Friends Still!

Still Friends? Friends Still!

Vancouver School Board, Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and Robyn Littleford, M.Ed.
Brain injury DVD features adolescents talking about how a brain injury changes relationships among friends.
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Friendship is a choice. Itís easy to be a friend when everything is going well. Still Friends? is about how brain injury changes relationships. Itís about young people facing challenges in their friendships and making choices.

This DVD features frank conversations by friends about the rewards and difficulties of remaining friends with a peer who has been changed by brain injury.

Pages Lenght: 30 minutes
Year 2004


The Vancouver School District 39 is a large, urban and multicultural school district that includes some of the most affluent and impoverished urban neighbourhoods in the country. This setting provides wonderful opportunities as well as serious challenges.

Vancouver Coastal Health Authority delivers†services to more than one million BC residents living in Vancouver, Vancouver's North Shore, Richmond, the Sea-to-Sky Highway, Sunshine Coast, Bella Bella, Bella Coola the Central Coast and the surrounding areas.

Robyn Littleford, M.Ed.

Ms Littleford is the Department Head of the G. F. Strong School Program at G. F. Strong Rehab Centre, in Vancouver, BC. She has been teaching children and adolescents with traumatic injuries, including acquired brain injury, since her appointment to the G. F. Strong School Program, almost 21 years ago, in February 1986. Assessment, teaching and reintegration of students with brain injury back to their schools has been a focus of her work. She has worked with college, school and school district staff across this province and has given numerous presentations and workshops on a wide-range of topics dealing with educating students with brain injury. She has also been involved in the development of numerous teaching materials dealing with the topic of brain injury.

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