In Words and Pics: Recap Superhero Show Reception October 17, 2019

Superheroes came together at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM) for an evening of art, artists, celebration and honoring the brain injury community of Washington State. Here are our favorite photos from the opening night reception of the Superhero show at the museum in the video below. BEST would like to give special thanks to our (more…)

NEW: New Meeting Time for Tacoma and Puyallup Support Groups

Tacoma and Puyallup Brain Injury Support Group (Schedule Change NEW): Beginning in September 2019, these two Puget Sound Washington support groups have new meeting times (locations remain the same). See flyer attached.  BEST loves sharing … Facebook0TwitterPinterest0tumblr0Linkedin0Reddit0Email0

Traumatic Brain Injury and the World of Corrections

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) impacts many populations; however, there is one population where the impact is especially significant. In prisons, it is estimated that 40% to 60% of those incarcerated have experienced a brain injury. It has also been shown that those in the correctional system with a traumatic brain injury may experience behavioral, emotional, (more…)

Three Superheroes, Three Stories

Three real-life superheroes. Three stories of why they give back. How will you continue the story?  BEST loves sharing … Facebook0TwitterPinterest0tumblr0Linkedin0Reddit0Email0

BEST Honors Local Veterans

The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is deeply honored to support veterans and their families. And we also like to take every opportunity to offer our thanks and appreciation to our veteran community, today and every day. Yesterday, BEST presented special handcrafted thank you cards for local veterans for the Pierce County Heroes to Hometown (more…)