Have a band, want to sing a song, read a poem, do a skit or play, this is your opportunity to show other your creative gifts and talents in a community that gets it, our community of survivors, families, children and people who understand what it is we live with and care anywaySee More
Join in the fun this saturday at spokane valley bowl $17 covers 3 games bowling in contest, shoes food and drink and lots of prizescome and be part of a inclusive community, with people who truly are there for each other it is a lot of fun and understands that we are people first and our disabilities are secondHelp support the number one organization in washington state supporting all persons with disabilities, have been a voice for the people for over 30 years and is the number one supporter…See More
Creating the First officers and boardmembers for the network, Craig-founder, John-Americore/ARC,Tony-mental health, Scott-VA, Sha-social work, Shonti-childrens services, Natale-survivor, Don-survivor, Dave-survivor/olympiaadvocate,Jennette-See More
This group is for support group facilitators and brain injury leaders or those persons interested in getting involved with leadership This project is funded by a grant from the Department of Social Health ServicesSee More
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 stories about how your spirituality has helped you with your TBI. Anyone who has any form of spirituality is welcome. Thanks. PhilSee More
I am a brain injury Survivor, Family/Caregiver or professional
What do you find most difficult living with a brain injury
Of my injury which occured 3 years ago and through the Living Well BI Class at Spokane Falls.
are you on another social network such as facebook, so we can varify your a real person trying to apply
To find out about all the TBI related events in the Spokane area so I can be more involved and not just stuck at home keeping myself isolated from other people. I would also like to be able to connect with other people who are experiencing the same difficulties - it is helpful to know I am not alone.
my or my families brain injury is concidered
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