Do you know a survivor, caregiver or community supporter who is putting the power in personal empowerment? Soaring to new heights? Doing cool things? Bringing superhero-size support to the brain injury community?
BEST is now accepting nominations for 2019!
Nominate your superhero for the BEST Superhero of the Month for some superhero team recognition.
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On the international day of giving back (Giving Tuesday), on November 27, 2018, the Brain Energy Support Team began a mission to raise money for super-powered tools of support for brain injury survivors and their families.
Looking for a year end donation opportunity that will make a difference in the lives of others? Join our mission today! All are welcome and any amount helps! Click here to get started.
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is doing something extra special for the BEST Superhero of the Month honors for December 2018.
Instead of honoring a single superhero or a pair, we are going to honor a large group of the real-life superheroes who make a tremendous difference in the lives of brain injury survivors and the brain injury community.
Today, we are honoring, appreciating and sending our love to our caregivers.
Thank you, caregivers, for all of your hard work, strength, perseverance and support.
Please accept our award certificate as an acknowledgement of all that you do.
We love you! 💚🤗
Know a special real-life superhero in the brain injury community? We’d love to hear about them. Click here to learn more and nominate someone today!
The Northwest Brain Injury Symposium hosts, Thriving After Service: Veterans Living with TBI. This event is focused on the relative impact of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on those individuals that have served in the various branches of the military, in addition, to focusing on strategies for positive outcomes. A speakers’ panel of experts will delve into the long-term medical, psychological, and social issues that manifest in veterans that have sustained a TBI. Specific topics will include, but limited to, co-occurrence of PTSD and TBI, recovery trajectories, and the importance of support with access to resources. Opportunities to connect with various local resources, services, and members of the community facing the same challenges will be available. Questions regarding this event can be directed to email@example.com.
The event is FREE and Open to the Public, with FREE refreshments provided. Please note, parking at the Spokane Public Library is NOT free and will cost approximately $5.00 for the entire event. Parking at Riverfront Square will also be available, as will street parking.
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This event is part of the Northwest Brain Injury Symposium, which is supported by Eastern Washington University – College of Social Sciences, Spokane Public Library, Brain Energy Support Team, and the TBI Council of Washington.
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