Living With Brain Injury is a peer support group for survivors of brain injury. Join for a conversation among peers. This is not a therapy group, and it is not run or supervised by medical or mental health professionals.
LEARN | DISCUSS | EXPLOREA virtual, discussion-based group grounded in content that will enhance positivity, recovery, connection, and wellbeing. Facilitated by BIS Occupational Therapists! Topic: Meaningful LivingWhat exactly does “meaning” mean? How can one live a meaningful life? Learn how mattering + making sense = meaning. Explore different types of meaning, how to find meaning… Read More »The ComPASS Corner
Join us to connect with other veteran clients to discuss important issues that affect our veteran community. Learn about special resources and organizations in the community that serves your needs! Topics: March 24: Introductions and Group ExpectationsApril 21: Mr. James Custodio, Senior Resource Specialist with Virginia Department of Veteran ServicesMay 19: Ms. Aimee Stoddard, Program… Read More »BIS Veterans Group
The Pediatric Peer Support Group focuses on the shared experiences of our pediatric clients and adolescent community members who have experienced a brain injury. This group is for older pediatric clients who can express their emotions about their brain injury journey. This group is facilitated by BIS Pediatric Case Managers or guest speakers. Meets monthly… Read More »Pediatric Peer Support Group