When living with a brain injury, the inability to maintain a full-time job can bring significant financial stress to individuals with disabilities and their families. Fortunately, in some cases, Social Security Disability benefits can offset some of the financial strain caused by the resulting lack…
25 years of service 1989-2014
You’ve lost your keys. Nobody can help. Your car, your house, your office are suddenly closed to you and impenetrable. What do you do?
Anyone who has suffered an acquired brain injury knows what it is like to panic, to feel helpless; for many of them have lost the keys that operate their lives- the ability to drive, to care for themselves, and to work a regular job.
And as they struggle to regain some of what they have lost, they encounter many locked doors, and when they return to familiar places they often find them cold and uninviting. With the help of Brain Injury Services, some of these men, women and children are retrieving the keys that unlock their past.
Many are again enjoying independent living and mobility while rebuilding their self-confidence and sense of security. Each key, each skill, each opportunity they recover is a cause for celebration and enriches their lives.