engage, energize, empower

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.
Important Reminder: Art for Superhero Show Due September 26, 2019

Washington State BEST artists and friends, interested in sharing  your  art for our upcoming art installation?  The deadline to submit art to BEST is Thursday, September 26, 2019.  Thank you for your support!  To learn more about artist information, click here.  Here’s more info:  The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is thrilled and honored to…

The Art of Empowerment: Life is a Blank Canvas

Each person in the brain injury community has their own unique form of personal empowerment. That’s why at BEST, we help people with tools, strategies and resources to help them tap into their own kind of empowerment that works best for them.  We like to think of this process as an art form.  That’s why we…

Food Tips with Robin

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,…

Spokane, WA: TBI and Mental Health Event November 5, 2019

Join us for as we host a speakers’ panel of experts to discuss the dynamic interactions between brain injury and mental health. Topics may include, but not limited to, community re-integration following an injury, the relationship between anxiety and depression on cognitive functioning, and structuring life to optimize success following a brain injury. The panel…