Week of Events
Peer Run Journaling Group is open to survivors, and those interested in journaling as a mental wellness tool.
Physical Training Group led by Physical Therapist Jeff Botta, DPT from Pocket Physical Therapy. Why a PT Group? "Exercise sustains and improves bodily health by expanding the lungs, quickening the circulation, and promoting growth in muscles and bones. But we know that besides doing all these things, exercise may be made to contribute to brain […]
A social group for survivors, caregivers, and brain injury professionals. 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 RSVP below.
Music therapy has been reported to help relieve pain, reduce anxiety, and can bring about physiological changes, including: Improved respirationLower blood pressureImproved cardiac outputReduced heart rateRelaxed muscle tension Participants do not have to have an instrument or any specific musical ability. Erin Bonham will provide information during the first session on how people can make their […]
Community Opportunity: This program is not hosted by Brain Injury Services. Please verify the information and/or RSVP by calling or emailing the contact person. Peer support is defined as the help and support that people with similar experiences are able to give one another.