"Thank the Lord Cheryl-
Tell Andy the rest of us appreciate his giving permission to have a prettier face than some of the others posted here so others can find out more. While I sense some of the frustrations of going through TBI via my experiences,…"
We are a peer-led brain injury recovery organization: supporting and empowering one another through service, support, personal development, and community building to create the best possible outcome for our lives. See More
"This is sent with hope that someone can provide an update to me as the Peer Support Meetings and Activities Coordinator for BIRRDsong, which aims to help people with many different types of brain injury, including TBI, in the Portland, Ore. area and…"
Often time those living with brain injury and those providing care, get stuck, whats next, what can we do, how can we start over. This 5 hour class we will work hands on in developing a person futures plan using several tools, on from Mt Sinai Medical Center and on from the CDC. Developing a map based on the individual wants…See More
I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
After problems keeping jobs in recent years, a neuro-psychologist did thorough testing and concluded I had been managing to survive after an acquired brain injury from falling in a lake in Wisconsin in May 1957.
are you on another social network such as facebook, so we can varify your a real person trying to apply
It would be nice to witness what others are doing to help peers in the brain injury community so that I might attempt to help other members of BIRRDsong (a group dedicated to Brain Injury information Referral and Resource Development).
my or my families brain injury is concidered
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support groups are very important we share our fears are problems and how to work and deal with them we share happy oand what we learn at conference in class and it not about coffee and doughnuts. getting help from each otherSee More
"think of it like being out of shape.. when you start to train again its hard ,draining and like your going backwards...it is that way for the first three to five weeks...you body and your brain have to adjust to the energy required....so even if…"