An estimated 5.3 million Americans currently live with significant physical and cognitive challenges due to brain injury. These challenges affect our emotions, behaviors, relationships, and our quality of life. Help us make a difference.
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.
We continue to grow and continue to need supplies, equipment, and more to support our programs, our participants, and yes, even our admin staff. Please consider donating items from our wish list.
Check out the sign below. Family, friends and caregivers: Isn’t that the truth? Sound Off: Tell us what makes your loved ones special.
Today, we pay tribute to all of the caregivers out there! Their love, help and support are so vital. Sound off: Tell us about your caregivers and other important people in your life and what makes them special.
A perfect quote to end the first full week of Brain Injury Awareness Month. What are you doing to promote awareness?
The Brain Injury Support Team (BEST) believes all TBI survivors along with their families and caregivers are ALL heroes. In honor of Brain Injury Awareness Month, BEST is going to highlight some of these very heroes and their real life stories of courage, perseverance and hope. Today, we take a look at Grace Meno, a…