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Brain Injury Support Groups exist to allow people with brain injury and their family members to meet others who are in similar situations, gain valuable emotional support from one another, form friendships, obtain information and resources, and hear speakers discuss a variety of brain injury topics.
Our BEST Space is a safe place for individuals with brain injury and their loved ones to share knowledge, learn new skills, network, and enhance their quality of life. We strive to support you as you identify your interests and assist you as you build on your strengths. Our BEST Space is your BEST resource.
Education is an integral part of what BEST is about. We offer a variety of learning experiences for individuals with brain injury and their families, caregivers, professionals, and educators. Choose from a selection of classes, workshops, and small group activities for individuals with brain injury, caregivers, and professionals.
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) would like to cordially invite you to help us support real-life superheroes and their families throughout Washington State who are on a mission to change the face of brain injury forever. Through empowerment, team work, peer support, education, resources and advocacy, the BEST superhero teams are striving to live…
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Here’s a sneak peek and a few clues about a special BEST giving campaign to support the real-life superheroes of the brain injury community of Washington State. Yeah, we’re a little excited! More to come on this space. Stay tuned and get ready to join an elite team of superhero supporters!
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