What the Foundation has done with the proceeds raised:
- Fall 2011
The Foundation created a Scholarship Fund with St. Joseph's College in Windham, Maine.
The first recipent of this scholarship is Olivia Doyer (shown at right). Read an article about Olivia, a brain injury survivor.
- January 2012
This winter the Foundation awarded a grant to the University of New England's Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences: The grant will help support three projects related to educating students about traumatic brain injury (TBI), including strategies to protect the brain from injury and how to care for patients and families who are recovering from a TBI.
- January 2012
Awarded a grant to the Brain Injury Information Network of Maine. The BIIN is a partnership of organizations working together to share information, provide education, and promote promising practices that will benefit individuals with brain injuries, and their families.
- April 2012
On April 5, 2012, the University of New England in collaboration with the Michael T. Goulet Traumatic Brain Injury and Epilepsy Foundation will present an educational Symposium. A Case Study has been developed with access to Michael’s complete medical record, and will feature a panel of family members fielding questions from the Interdisciplinary audience of professionals and students. Michael's case study will focus on coordinated brain care, and how neuroscience discoveries along with inter-professional practices can improve patient and population health.