A brain injury dramatically impacts both an individual and their family. Whether it’s for the short term or for a lifetime a brain injury changes our lives in both visible and invisible ways. BEST is a 501c3 nonprofit organization and provides PEER support and education. BEST distinguishes itself from other brain injury organizations in that the leadership, services, and programs are built by and for individuals with brain injury and their families.
Food Tips and Tricks with Robin Spicuzza

Healthy eating is important for everyone; however, for brain injury survivors, eating nutritious foods are a critical part of overall wellness. BEST Administrator, brain injury support group facilitator and coach, nutritional food consultant and brain injury survivor, Robin Spicuzza, knows this well: healthful eating has become a way of life and a passion for her,…

Olympia Support Group Celebrates the Season

Hearty food, fun and friends were had by all at the Olympia Brain Injury Support Group picnic. Held at beautiful Woodland Creek Community Park in Lacey, picnic goers enjoyed each other’s company and celebrated the end of summer. Here are a few of our favorite pictures that marked this special day.

Celebrate like a Superhero with Kim!

Hi everyone! It’s Kim Thompson, BEST Communications Manager, and today is my birthday! Want to help me celebrate? Today, tell at least one person you care about that you think that they are SUPER. If you even want to tell the person you see in the mirror (YOU), that’s even better! I hope you have…