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.
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.
Well, it’s the final week before Christmastime. Wow. THAT went by fast. As you know, each Tuesday on this blog, the Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) offers two tips and strategies to help caregivers make the best of the holiday season. Here are the two tips for today (adapted from the article, “Stress and…
Well, the holiday season is definitely underway. For caregivers, this time of year can be especially hectic and stressful. Each Tuesday, BEST is posting two tips to help support caregivers during this time of year. Here’s what’s on tap for today’s post (adapted from “Stress and the Holidays: Coping Strategies to Keep You Sane”…
A simple holiday message kicks off Monday. Have a great week everyone!