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  • needlework group

    2 members Latest Activity: Apr 5, 2013

    New group for those who do needlework .  Example crochet, knitting, needlepoint, embroidery and beaded needlework.  

  • Brain Injury Global Picnic Open Group

    24 members Latest Activity: Feb 25

    The place to come if you want to bring change and to have a voice...

  • Brain Injury Elders

    7 members Latest Activity: Jul 12, 2014

    We are a small group of brain injury survivors who want to do what we can to help our brothers and sisters in brain injury

  • Brain Injury Peer Support Line

    17 members Latest Activity: Nov 6, 2013

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  • Healing through Grief

    4 members Latest Activity: Feb 28, 2014

    Grief is a huge hidden problem unaddressed by Brain Injury/illness Survivors. Discover the healing process through grief, loss and separation.…

  • Wounded Vet

    9 members Latest Activity: May 2, 2014

    WOUNDED VET Pacific North West Walking wounded program

    Building dream trips for veterans and their families to help ease them back…

  • online TBI support

    4 members Latest Activity: May 21, 2013

    Support for TBi BRain injury survivors as well as friends and family

  • ARE YOU IN

    7 members Latest Activity: Mar 14, 2013

    COMMUNITY PROJECTS FOR SPRING SUMMER 2012 SHOWING THAT PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES MAKE COMMUNITIES BETTER…

  • Spirituality and TBI

    36 members Latest Activity: Feb 4, 2014

    Hello I was a  Chaplain a hospital who worked with TBI patients. Now I'm a Chaplain with a hospice in the Chicago area. I'm interested in hearing…

  • Stateline TBI

    6 members Latest Activity: Feb 25, 2012 The support group is for Teens and Functioning Adults, designed to develop a community in which we can encourage (share and give voice) to…

  • Veterans TBI/PTSD LIFE Group

    22 members Latest Activity: Feb 22 Serving military members, veterans, and families across the global military community through direct ministry and partnerships with chaplains,…

  • A Run To Remember

    102 members Latest Activity: Sep 30, 2014 Run to Remember Website

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Learn about invisible disabilities like brain injury more than meets the eye

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brain injury turns everything upside down

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Step one accept who you are now, it is something pretty special if you let it be.

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you just can't see my brain injury no matter how hard you look and thank you I know I look great. Now get a clue!

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Learn about brain injury - make lives better - help give hope

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You cannot see a brain injury. A person can look great to you, but inside there can be complete confusion, give us a break. IT'S REAL!

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give me that app now

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you are not alone find eachother

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