BEST is pleased to announce that we’ve expanded our social media platforms. You can now find BEST on Instagram! Please stop by and check out the latest and greatest from BEST.
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is thrilled to announce our continued expansion of support and education through online and virtual platforms. This fall, BEST will be launching additional online educational opportunities through the BEST Online Learning Center and in the Second Life virtual world platform. Further, in an exciting recent development, BEST Executive Director, Gloria Kraegel will be joining the board of directors for the Nonprofit Commons in Second Life. Kraegel (whose virtual Second Life persona is known as Namaara MacMoragh), is excited to be connecting with other passionate and engaged international nonprofit leaders through this distinctive and innovative
In my writing so far, I’ve talked about different areas of concern for people with traumatic brain injuries (TBI). We all know the lists of concerns that go with traumatic brain injuries; we live with them, we talk to our doctors about them, we read articles and blogs about them. There is a lot to know. But there is one challenge that doesn’t get a lot of mention: time spent in waiting rooms. Recovering from a TBI involves an awful lot of time sitting in waiting areas, from medical appointments, to benefits offices and social services. It all adds up
There’s a new superhero in town and we think it’s just the BEST! Meet The Energizer. The Energizer is at the ready to bring empowerment to the world! And The Energizer may just be showing up in some really interesting places in the coming weeks. Keep an eye on the skies and see empowerment shine bright!
The Brain Energy Support Team (BEST) is pleased to announce our BEST Superhero of the Month for September 2017. BEST congratulations to Janet Mott! Janet is a brain injury support group facilitator, case manager, medical professional, brain injury community volunteer and longtime BEST supporter. Here’s what Janet’s nominator had to say: Janet Mott has dedicated herself to the brain injury community and given freely of her time and energy. She has such calm positive energy when helping others and has a “can do” attitude and determination when dealing with issues that may arise. She is always willing to help others and does not let anything