The Surviving & Thriving with a Life-Altering Injury Scholarship is for students who have been affected by a catastrophic injury.

SAN ANTONIO, TX, March 17, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — “We never cease to be amazed by the challenges and circumstances faced by the catastrophically injured people we assess,” writes Physician Life Care Planning, “and we never tire of learning about the strategies, services, and support that make the greatest positive impact for people dealing with a life-altering injury.”

The group recently announced its Surviving & Thriving with a Life-Altering Injury Scholarship, worth $2,500, designed to award deserving students who have experienced (or who are in close relationship with someone who has experienced) an injury that has had catastrophic consequences.

Applicants are eligible as long as they are in good academic standing, currently enrolled or accepted at an accredited institution of higher education, and abide by the scholarship’s terms and conditions. After the June 15, 2023 deadline, one winner will be selected by a scholarship committee and announced via blog post and press release.

To be eligible for the Surviving & Thriving with a Life-Altering Injury Scholarship, applicants should compose an original, short essay of between 500 and 1,000 words. This essay should describe strategies, support, and services that had a positive impact on the injured person’s ability to live and thrive.

Applicants must be the person who suffered the injury OR the injured person’s friends or family members.

About Physician Life Care Planning

Physician Life Care Planning is a group of board certified physician life care planners and other damages valuation experts who provide damages valuation services for those who have suffered serious injury. Physician Life Care Planning specializes in the formulation of future medical expenses, lost earning capacity, and loss of household services.

As part of its commitment to people who have suffered serious, debilitating injuries, the firm is proud to announce its new scholarship worth $2,500.

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