March 19, 2014 at 6:30pm to December 17, 2014 at 8:15pm
Spokane County Brain Injury & Disability Leadership Support Group1st Wednesday of each month 6:30-8ishspokane valley hospitalTonight we will talk about the I Am in each of us, and what that means, and for anyone who wants to be in our next public service announcement called I Am" we will video anyone I ams that people are willing to share with the world.As well we will work out the bugs in our halloween party…See More
The Survivors of United States Pledge, To go out of our way on veterans day to randomly thanks a veteran we do not know and thank him/her for their service to our county and all those we do know. As a survivor my injury was a accident, but our vets injuries were a sacrifice they willing put themselves in harms way to serve our country.…See More
"Donna, When someone needs an attitude adjustment, you're the one who can do it. I can hear the cheer in your words and I bet you light up a room when you smile. Keep the fresh breeze blowing our way!
Here we go countdown to Christmas, and the holidays. Holidays are a time of reflection and remembrance and a time to celebrate the people in our lives. For many survivors this is a time of year where these memories are only pain. The pain of those who would not or could not wait for us to heal. Because of the amount of time it takes to come back from a brain…See More
"I think you are a miracle and amazing for being where you are, we have to fight the negative and angry emotions that are TBI with practice and time we will master this won't we, have a great day night what ever it is for you"
"Scott Spitzer, I can relate to not being able to concentrate on too many voices and noise. I get myself lost in what I'm doing if their is too much noise or cross talk around me. I find the only way I can concentrate is by wearing ear plugs…"
I am grateful for the love, support and encouragement, from my Family and friends that I have made here at The Brain Injury Association. Not only can we all relate to Brain Injuries in different ways but we all encourage each other to do what we can…See More