Amy Boulware Reappointed to Serve on the Tennessee Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council
Amy Boulware, Elder Law and Special Needs Care Manager, was recently reappointed by Gov. Bill Lee to serve on the Tennessee Traumatic Brain Injury Advisory Council. This council consists of nine members from various professional categories who act in accordance with the legislation to provide advice and guidance to the program staff. Amy has devoted her career to helping individuals and families affected by traumatic brain injury or other challenging situation, and she’s honored to be reappointed.
“In the United States, an estimated 1.7 million people sustain a traumatic brain injury each year. In Tennessee, about 7,500 people each year are admitted to the hospital for traumatic brain injury. This is something that can touch anyone from a small child to an elderly family member. I am honored to advocate for individuals and family members who are dealing with the consequences of brain injury,” says Amy Boulware. “As the mom of a traumatic brain injury survivor, I know first-hand how important it is to advocate, educate, and support every survivor, their families, and our community.”