Exciting news, BEST Superhero supporters! The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) has been featured on the Giving Tuesday (#GivingTuesday) website blog and social media a short time ago! Giving Tuesday is an international annual event that shares the importance and inspiration on giving back to causes that make a difference. This year, Giving Tuesday will be November 28, 2017. BEST is thrilled to be participating and sharing our message and mission of empowerment for the brain injury community and their families. Special thanks to the Giving Tuesday team for all of their support! Please read the article by clicking here
November 5, 2017 is Daylight Saving Time. Don’t forget to set all your clocks one hour back.
We are kicking off the countdown to Giving Tuesday (#GivingTuesday), the international day of giving back to causes that make a difference in the lives of others, with a little giving back of our own, superhero-style! Beginning November 20, 2017 at 10 a.m. PST, BEST will be giving away a superhero bounty of gifts to celebrate empowerment soaring sky-high for our community. There will be SIX gifts up for grabs! Here they are: Bravelet bracelet: Here are more bracelet details : 316L stainless steel. Hand painted enamel. One size to fit wrists 5.5 to 7.5 inches. BEST signature green accents. Be
Watch the skies light up with empowerment on Giving Tuesday, November 28, 2017. Join us for the celebration of empowerment and help the BEST Superheroes of the brain injury community and their families soar and shine by clicking here.
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is pleased to announce our BEST Superhero of the Month for October 2017. BEST congratulations to Emily Lowndes-Wright! Emily is physical therapist and support group facilitator in Yakima, Washington. Here’s what Emily’s nominator had to say: Since the first meeting Emily, her energy and commitment to those she helps through her work as a physical therapist and as a Brain Injury Support Group Facilitator have been powerful. To quote Emily, “Since being in Yakima, I saw the need to unite individuals who have had a neurological injury. Because of this, I was able to start a support