Speech to Text for Unmasking brain injury
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artwork made by people who have brain injuries and their families are "unmasking brain injury in minnesota." in june ? we took you to the room as people with disabilities began creating masks... as a way to easier communicate their stories and feelings. and now... the finished works are out for the public to see./// terry nevling is one of over 2?hundred artists with a mask on display at the rochester civic theatre black box tonight. these painted masks are telling the stories of individuals affected by brain injuries ? and giving a unique experience and opportunity for communicating their perspectives.x xx we were making them at the center. i just picked up a paint brush and just painted some of it. it's all thanks to the ability building center ? or a?b? c ? partnering with the minnesota brain injury alliance to bring the art display to town. a?b?c's goal is to raise fifty? thousand there's a new youth program in rochester looking to help families with