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Inova Loudoun Brain Injury Support Group

Based on current recommendations of the CDC and local health officials, groups hosted by Brain Injury Services will meet via Zoom.   To receive a secure Zoom invitation, you must register below.

Free

A Matter of Balance

Through a partnership with Elderlink, we are happy to present the evidence-based program A Matter of Balance, which helps to decrease falls in older adults. Topics covered will be viewing falls as controllable, setting realistic goals for increasing activity, making changes to reduce fall risk at home, and exercising to increase strength and balance.

Free

BIS Has Talent!

All clients of Brain Injury services are invited to participate in the Second Annual BIS Sponsored Art Exhibition & Open House: BIS Has Talent! This year, we are inviting everyone who has received services at BIS to submit their creations to our Art Show! For more information about the event and how to participate, subscribe… Read More »BIS Has Talent!

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Virtual Chair Yoga Group

Join the Virtual Chair Yoga Group!Classes are appropriate for beginner and intermediate level participants who want to add mobility, stretch, light exercise, and relaxation to their routine. To join the Virtual Chair Yoga Group:  email Raisa Velez at rvelez@braininjurysvcs.com. Once you join, you will receive monthly reminders and the Zoom link to the Chair Yoga… Read More »Virtual Chair Yoga Group

Empowered by Knowledge

An educational group that meets to answer the most common questions about Traumatic Brain Injury and concussions.  There will be a topic that is led by a brain injury professional. Based on current recommendations of the CDC and local health officials, groups hosted by Brain Injury Services will meet via Zoom.   To receive a secure Zoom… Read More »Empowered by Knowledge

Free

A Matter of Balance

Through a partnership with Elderlink, we are happy to present the evidence-based program A Matter of Balance, which helps to decrease falls in older adults. Topics covered will be viewing falls as controllable, setting realistic goals for increasing activity, making changes to reduce fall risk at home, and exercising to increase strength and balance.

Free