BRAIN INJURY PEER SUPPORT program
A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) may result in mild, moderate, or severe changes in one or more areas, including thinking, speech, physical functions, and social behavior. The consequences of TBI can be lifelong for some people, while others may be able to recover and resume activities they enjoyed before the injury occurred. The TBI Peer Support Programs are open to all persons and their families experiencing recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury. Support programs offer support, resources, Traumatic Brain Injury information and an opportunity for individuals & caregivers to connect and learn from one another.
BRAIN INJURY Peer SUPPORT programs
Open to all individuals with a brain injury and their family members or caregivers.
Brain Injury Peer Support Group (formerly known as MBI)
Currently on hold due to COVID-19 pandemic. Pre-pandemic, met the 2nd Tuesday of each month
Currently on hold.
Contact Robert Medel at [email protected] for more info
TBI Matters (Educational / Outreach Group)
Held quarterly with dates to be determined
5:30 to 8:30 pm
Currently on hold