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.
Here’s a little blast from the past. Founder and Chief Visionary Officer at the BEST display at last year’s TBI Conference.
A recent article in Psychology Today, shares the sobering and heartbreaking facts on individuals with traumatic brain injury and who are also homeless. This group is more prone to repeated emergency room visits, getting arrested and being assaulted. Read about the plight of this population HERE. SOUND OFF: To the BEST and TBI community: How…
Showing a little alphabet love! How many of you are signing your ABC’s?
Showing a little volunteer love to the BEST volunteers ever, along with others who make a difference in the TBI community! Thanks for all you do everyone!