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2015 - 2016 - NRRF awarded a grant from the Arlington Regionals Grant to provide dance/movement classes at Walter Reed Community Center in Arlington, VA
2014 - 2015 - NRRF awarded a project grant from the Alexandria Commission for the Arts to conduct dance and music workshops to its summer camp and year-long recreation programs
2014 - 2015 - NRRF awarded a grant from the Alexandria Fund for Human Services to provide case management and information and referral services 

2012 -NRRF awarded a grant from the Warren G. Stambaugh Memorial Foundation 

2012 - NRRF President participated in a panel discussion regarding military service members and Veterans with TBI during the live webcast on USVets.tv for its After Action Report: Season 2 
 
2012 - NRRF President published a dance/movement therapy article in the Exceptional Parent Magazine - March 2012 Edition

2012-2013 - NRRF awarded a grant from the Alexandria Commission for the Arts to provide creative movement workshops during the summer and year-long camp programs


2012 -2014 - NRRF awarded a grant from the Arlington Regionals Grant for creative movement sessions - Project Impact

2012- 2014 -NRRF awarded a grant from City of Alexandria to provide case management and information and referral services to individuals with brain injuries and their families

House Committee on Veterans' Affairs
Subcommittee on Economic Opportunity, July, 2008
Statement of Marianne Talbot, Ph.D.
President, National Rehabilitation and Rediscovery Foundation, Inc.
Newspaper Article
Burke Connection, May 14, 2008
New Hope for Traumatic Brain Injury Patients
By Amber Healy

"
Bob Lane does not remember what happened during his accident. All he knows is what he heard from witnesses after he woke up in the hospital. "I had been driving on I-95 North when I was hit," he said. 'My car rolled over five or six times, but I don’t remember any of it...'"
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Research News Article
Virginia Tech Research Magazine, Winter 2007
Movement therapy a good stage for overcoming struggles, building self-esteem

By Barbara Micale, National Capital Region

"As the Rhythms of Hope Dance Company performs on stage at the Schlesinger Concert Hall in Northern Virginia, Marianne Talbot stands in the wings feeling much like a proud mom. She knows only too well the amount of hard work, determination, and just sheer courage it has taken each and every member of the 14-person dance troupe to get to this point..."
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Research News Article
Virginia Tech Research Magazine, Fall 2007
The Hope Project launched to serve disable veterns with traumatic brain injury and their families
By Barbara Bennet

"Recently, a dedicated group of elected officials, educators, and health and human services agency representatives from the national capital region gathered at Virginia Tech's Northern Virginia Center (NVC) in Falls Church, Virginia, to kick off The Hope Project..."
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