3015 E. Skelly Dr.
Tulsa, OK 74105

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Tulsa Area: 918-789-0406
Oklahoma City Area: 405-928-1647
fax: 918-712-9019


Our Corporate Members Sarah's Hope Foundation, Inc.

Our Board of Directors Officers:
President: Adam Sherman, Ph.D.
Vice-President: Mary Dobbs, BSN, RN, CRRN
Treasurer: Joan Gass
Secretary: Traci McDaniel


Karen Bryan, OTR is a clinical manager at the brain injury unit at INTEGRIS Jim Thorpe Rehabilitation Hospital. Karen facilitates a monthly brain injury support group and coordinates a couple’s camp for brain injury survivors and their spouse. She is also a family member to a survivor of a brain injury.

Rod Davidson coordinates the Oklahoma City Brain Injury Support Group and is a survivor of a brain injury. After vocational rehabilitation he now works as a computer programmer for the Oklahoma Department of Human Services.. He serves as a Governor appointee to the Oklahoma Electronic and Information Technology Accessibility Advisory Council, which helps ensure that all websites produced by or for Oklahoma state agencies are accessible to persons with disabilities.

Mary Dobbs, BSN, RN, CRRN is an internal rehabilitation case manager at Comprehensive Community Rehabilitation Services. She also coordinates the Tulsa area brain injury support group.

Joan Gass is a family member to a survivor of a brain injury. Brad Hendrix is a clinical evaluator for NeuroRestorative.

Traci McDaniel is a family member to a survivor of a brain injury. Her daughter Katelyn had her injury in 2003, has had a great recovery, and is attending college as a full time student.

Susie Sheridan, MS, CCC-SLP is a Regional Director, Quality Assurance for NeuroRestorative, a division of The MENTOR Network.

Adam Sherman, Ph. D. is a clinical neuropsychologist who has worked with a wide variety of acquired and developmental brain injuries.  He received his doctorate in clinical psychology at the University of Tulsa and a postdoctoral fellowship in neuropsychology at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital.  He has worked in the Tulsa area for the past twenty years.  In addition to expertise in the evaluation and treatment of individuals suffering brain trauma, Dr. Sherman also survived a traumatic brain injury in 1987.