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brain injury means for some being lost in your own mind

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Has taken years & years of Keep On Keeping On, but I have changed in more ways than I could ever write. Only…

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Learn about brain injury you cannot see it, just because you cant see it don't mean it don't devastate live i bet the dinosaurs didn't see the comet but it devastated them to extinction

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learning to live with a brain injury rather than surviving is a life long process, and it takes years to just survive little alone live

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Brain Injury Happens is an instant - there is nothing you can do PRAY IT DON'T HAPPEN TO YOU

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NO ONE can understand living with a brain injury unless they live with a brain injury - PRAY you never understand

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Learn to live a life you love with no regrets

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Be who you are, and never change to who someone wants you to be - JUST BE YOU

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Central Washington Brain Injury Support Groups

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Central Washington Brain Injury Support Groups

Peer to Peer Brain Injury Support Groups

Location: Ellensburg
Members: 5
Latest Activity: Aug 10, 2013

Central Washington Disability Resources
422 N. Pine Street, Ellensburg.
For individuals with Traumatic Brain Injuries or similar disorders:
2nd Monday of every month, Noon - 1:30 p.m. Bring brown bag lunch.
4th Thursday of every month, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m. Coffee and support.
3rd Wednesday of every month, 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Caregiving and family support issues.

The purpose of a support group is to learn more about brain injury and available services by meeting with others who are facing or have faced similar challenges. The essential elements of a support group are:

Gather information
Share common needs and strengths
Provide a place to meet new friends and find new connections in the community
Provide a safe place to find courage and take risks
Provide an opportunity to socialize
Provide an environment where positive and negative views can be expressed without being judged

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