BEST Superhero of the Month February 2020

Our BEST Superhero the Month for February 2020 has had a lifelong passion for service and giving back to the community in many ways.  Most notably though, his longtime support and service to the veteran community has been the driving force behind that passion to help others.  The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is honored (more…)

Sending our thoughts and BEST wishes on Veterans Day

BEST Artist and volunteer, Justin Thompson, contributed a special piece of art to the BEST community art installation, Superhero, at the Tacoma Art Museum (TAM).  His untitled work of acrylics on canvas shown below, was intended to to symbolize and honor brain injury survivors who are veterans, along with their families.  Thank you, Justin, for (more…)

Thriving After Service: Veterans Living with TBI

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 (more…)

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…)